The ‘new’ Charity Commission?
The Charity Commission have undertaken a strategic review of itself. This was in response to their budget being cut by a third over four years.
They have developed a new strategy that sets out their key goals and priorities over the coming four years.
They have four main ‘planks’ to their new approach:
- Improving charities’ compliance and accountability
- Helping charities become more self sufficient
- Making the best use of technology
- Improving efficiency
The commission has also made changes to their internal structure and processes. This has led to a flatter structure where there are fewer levels of management.
Full details can be found at www.charitycommission.gov.uk
Date: 6th December, 2011
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