National Performance Framework consultation

Scottish Government logo and National Performance wheel
Lisa Paton

The National Performance Framework (NPF) is Scotland's 'wellbeing framework'. Its 11 National Outcomes collectively describe the Scottish Government's vision for Scotland and its 81 National Indicators help measure progress. 

The current NPF, launched in 2018, was developed in collaboration with all parts of society: public and private sectors, local government, voluntary organisations, businesses and communities and had cross party support in the Scottish Parliament. At the time, the First Minister said “the new NPF belongs to all of Scotland and together we can fulfil the promise contained in it.”

As we have sought to deliver, measure and improve the NPF in the years since, we have benefited from the perspectives of many individuals and organisations across Scotland. As part of that continuous improvement programme, the NPF Unit needs your help.

They want to know how you currently use the National Performance Framework (or don’t). And to tell them what could make it more useful. In addition to informing the continuous improvement programme, your responses will also help the Unit think about the questions they need to ask during the next NPF review, which they’re beginning to plan.

The short survey will be open until 27th October. It’ll take no more than 10 minutes.

There’s also a blog post with a bit more background.