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How to understand commissioning

How to understand commissioning

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The easiest way to understand commissioning is always to think upon it as a decision making process. You need to understand what your problem is and then work out and put in place the best way address it within your available resources. This is the role of a commissioner - often a specific job within a statutory commissioning body. 
The easiest way to understand commissioning is always to think upon is as a decision making process. You need to understand what you problem is and then work out and put in place the best way address it within your available resources. This is the role of a commissioner - often a specific job within a statutory commissioning body.    The commissioning process works in five-steps. They aren't always clearly distinguished from one another, and commissioners may carry them out over different time periods.   These steps are:     The commissioning process works in five steps. They aren't always clearly distinguished from one another, and commissioners may carry them out over different time periods.   These steps are:  
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marie.faulkner@beengaged.org ; marie.faulkner@compactvoice.org.uk marie.faulkner@beengaged.org ; marie.faulkner@compactvoice.org.uk ; neena.bhati@ncvo.org.uk
Description
The easiest way to understand commissioning is always to think upon is it as a decision making process. You need to understand what you your problem is and then work out and put in place the best way address it within your available resources. This is the role of a commissioner - often a specific job within a statutory commissioning body.  body. 
   
The commissioning process works in five-steps. five steps. They aren't always clearly distinguished from one another, and commissioners may carry them out over different time periods.
   
These steps are:
   
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In this way, commissioning is a cyclical process, looping round and round, always checking and changing services and resources and the market to meet new and changing needs.

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