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Jackie Baillie (Labour) | Question S3W-40438
To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S3W-37313 by Nicola Sturgeon on 17 November 2010, whether there is a continuing need for the National Performance Management Committee if there is no performance-related pay for the next two years.
Nicola Sturgeon (Scottish National Party)
Yes, there is a continuing need for the National Performance Management Committee. The specific responsibilities for the committee, as set out in HDL 2006(54) and its formal Terms of Reference – a copy has been placed in SPICe (Bib. number 52071) - require it to ensure NHSScotland has a fit for purposes performance management process in place, regardless of any link to pay. Six of the committee’s eight specific responsibilities are unrelated to pay.