Commissioning joint committee

The Commissioning Joint Committee (CJC) considers all aspects of public commissioning and procurement including alternative delivery models

The CJC membership includes representatives of local authorities' associations, those working in and with commissioning services and other relevant organisations.

Contact us

Please contact the CJC Secretary if you have any questions about the CJC, its activities or subjects you think it should consider looking at.

The role of the Commissioning Joint Committee

The CJC:

  • promotes the Standing Guide to Commissioning Local Authority Work Services, a plain language up-to-date source of information about commissioning, covering not just procurement but commissioning strategy and packaging; and alternatives to procurement, such as delegation and transfer to partnerships and other vehicles. This guide is an online publication
  • assists in the development of guidance and other publications on major issues in commissioning and procurement
  • develops briefings and papers, providing a CJC perspective on current commissioning and public service delivery topics
  • contributes to consultations on public sector commissioning
  • holds regular meetings at CIPFA's London offices.

Glossary

This glossary covers a variety of commissioning-related terms. 

Publications

Recent publications include:

  • The CJC Guide to Alternative delivery Models (due autumn 2016)
  • The CJC Guide to Contract Management in the Public Sector (August 2016)
  • A practical guide to outsourcing in the public sector (2015)

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