4 edition of Evaluation of the Capability Report (DWP Research Report) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Corporate Document Services|
|Publishers||Corporate Document Services|
|LC Classifications||February 14, 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
nodata File Size: 6MB.
: Report published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, concerned that Universal Credit could trap people in poverty. Case studies of lenders, including interviews with staff, successful and unsuccessful applicants, and other organisations serving financially excluded people. : The reformed system of Budgeting Advances will not provide the same outcome for all applicants, as some will be able to apply for larger amounts than others.
Further surveys will be undertaken with these claimants during different stages of their claimant journey, making this a longitudinal survey. The research involved 45 in depth interviews with self-employed tax credit claimants in 3 areas of the UK during August and September 2012. : This is a progress report on the implementation of Universal Credit, including the case for change and the levels by which the impact of Universal Credit will be measured.
They cover total live caseload and starts on Universal Credit, with breakdowns by Jobcentre Plus office, local authority, parliamentary constituency, gender, age band and duration. The Fund offered three kinds of funding:• : The National Audit Office has concluded that the Department for Work and Pensions has not achieved value for money in its early implementation of Universal Credit.
: These statistics are for the pathfinder areas for the period April 2013 to 31 October 2013.
Many borrowers did not have a current account. It represents a compilation of ideas and items drawn from several diagnostic tools developed for other purposes and target audiences, with modifications made to fit the needs of CCDF Lead Agencies seeking a versatile tool that can be used for either quick reflection or for more in-depth self-assessment.
: This report covers findings from the latest wave of the Panel Study, focusing on two areas of strategic priority to HMRC: reducing error and fraud, and the transition to Universal Credit• Relevance: This study offers a comprehensive assessment of the costs and benefits of providing low cost loans to people on low incomes.
: This evaluation framework is the first step in the development of the full evaluation programme of Universal Credit.
Capital for third sector organisations to lend to low income families. More information about some aspects, such as surveys and participant data, could have provided additional depth. Transferability: The Fund targeted a particular group - low-income and financially-excluded families in deprived areas.
Administrative data from the DWP.
: CPAG report what the early warning system cases tell us• Applicability: The evaluation is a useful reference for third sector lenders.
setting priorities for their capacity-building efforts; and• Further surveys will be undertaken with these claimants during different stages of their claimant journey, making this a longitudinal survey.
Capital for third sector organisations to lend to low income families.