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Mid-Year Review

About Mid-Year Reporting

Mid-year reviews look back at the first six months of each year; describing the achievements and delivery of planned activities set out within the Government Plan(s), delivery of the Rebalancing Programme and Financial Reporting

Mid-Year Review 2021

The Mid-Year Review demonstrates progress during the first six months of the calendar year.

The report is made up of three sections

Section 1: Progress Report 

A description of progress against Government Plan Initiatives. There are three ways to view the initiatives - by Common Strategic Policy Priority, by Departmental Lead, or by Ministerial Lead.

Section 2: Rebalancing Programme

A description and financial overview of progress against Rebalancing Programme

Section 3: Financial Report

A mid-year financial report and financial forecast to the end of the year 

Mid-Year Review 2021

Previous Government Plan Six Monthly Reporting

For more information on each of the initiatives, please see Government Plan 2020-23 and the Government Plan 2021-24 and their associated annexes.

For more information on Mid-Year 2020, please see 6 month progress Review Government Plan 2020-23.

Service Performance Measures

In line with modern data reporting standards, the Government of Jersey’s service performance measures are reported online and can be downloaded in a range of formats. This supports Islander’s and local organisations that may wish to further analyse this data in line with their own priorities.

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