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Step 1 of 6

Why a SIB?

Does your SIB seek to overcome fragmented services, reactive spending and/or difficulty innovating?

You are ready when

You have a clear, concise and well-reasoned case for feasibility. The SIB proposed seeks to overcome fragmented services, reactive spending and difficulty innovating 

You have work to do if

The SIB contract has been chosen with poor rationale. eg. It could be delivered through using alternative financial provision, the funding for it is ongoing or it is a 'core' statutory provision, or it does not address a defined local need