Scrutiny Programme

Introduction

Local Authority Scrutiny Process

Local Authority Scrutiny Process

The following sets out the process for NOAC Scrutiny/Profile visits and meetings with local authorities. This is based on the existing process and can be termed as a constructive dialogue, that would have a number of stages to it. The process is to be formal, structured and documented. Given the importance of the work, it shall be led by the Chair of NOAC (or a delegated alternate, if required) with support from NOAC members and the Executive.

NOAC has launched 16 reports in an ongoing series of reports on the Local Authority Scrutiny Process. In February 2017, NOAC, in accordance with its statutory functions, began to review the performance of individual local authorities. This report outlines its background, along with the meeting timelines and the material which was generated from the process. Below, the NOAC Chair outlines a brief background to the Scrutiny Process.

NOAC has launched 16 reports in an ongoing series of reports on the Local Authority Scrutiny Process. In February 2017, NOAC, in accordance with its statutory functions, began to review the performance of individual local authorities. This report outlines its background, along with the meeting timelines and the material which was generated from the process. Below, the NOAC Chair outlines a brief background to the Scrutiny Process.

You can find the 15 individual local authority reports at the following:

You can find the 15 individual local authority reports at the following: