Shared Outcomes Fund

Treasury written question – answered on 17th January 2022.

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Photo of Alun Cairns Alun Cairns Conservative, Vale of Glamorgan

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what the status is of the Shared Outcomes Fund; whether that fund is (a) reserved or (b) devolved; and how much the Welsh Government has received for that fund as a result of the Barnett consequential.

Photo of Simon Clarke Simon Clarke The Chief Secretary to the Treasury

The Shared Outcomes Fund is a UK government fund testing innovative ways of working across the public sector with an emphasis on thorough evaluation. Where funding is given for a Shared Outcomes Fund project in a devolved area, the Barnett formula will apply in the normal way.

HM Treasury’s Block Grant Transparency publication sets out the breakdown of changes in the devolved administrations’ block grants, including all Barnett consequentials related to the Shared Outcomes Fund, since the 2015 Spending Review. This is available on the website here:

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