The Glasgow Single Outcome Agreement (SOA) is an agreement between the Glasgow Community Planning Partnership (GCPP) and the Scottish Government, which sets out the common priority outcomes for Glasgow and how the GCPP will strive to achieve them. Our SOA is a ten-year plan that determines the added value that partners can achieve by planning, resources and delivering services in collaboration with local communities. Achieving our goals will be a challenge in the current period, due to the reluctance of public spending. It is accepted that new ways of thinking are needed in all partnerships in order to achieve better outcomes for residents and service providers. In 2009, the municipal urban planning partnership formalized a second version of the agreement, confirming the 24 local results planned for the city until 2010/2011. Each year, the Council shall report on the progress of the results set out in the single result agreement. Implementation Plan This plan describes how the partners will work together to achieve results on the priorities of the Single Outsourcing Agreement. You can find the draft city-wide implementation plan here. [394kb] In July 2008, each Scottish council, in collaboration with local planning partners, developed a single outcome agreement (SOA). It presents the improvements planned for the region and how they have contributed to the 15 national results compiled by the Scottish Government (for more on the national results, see Scotland Performs).

Outcome agreements define what universities and universities intend to provide in return for their funding. SFC Outcome Agreement Manager works with institutions to develop their outcome agreements. Priority 5 – Powerful institutions: a coherent and efficient system, Sustainable institutions with modern, transparent and accountable governance arrangements Crichton Campus Consolidated Outcome Agreement 2019-20Dada: 12/08/2019 You can combine one of the following types of research to limit your search Lanarkshire Outcome Agreement 2019-20Date: 20/01/2020. The Action Plan for Gender Equality sets out the measures that the university will take to address the gender imbalance in certain disciplines and to close the gap between the participation of men and women in basic education. . . .