As Sarah Ferguson highlights, it immediately calls into question the credibility of the Best Value Performance Plan.
What does BVPP stand for?
BVPP stands for Best Value Performance Plan (London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority)
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- Boston Video Production Discussion Group (Massachusetts)
- Boards of Visitors to Penal Establishments (UK)
- Bulletproof Vest Partnership Grant Act
- Best Value Performance Indicator
- Blanchard Valley Paranormal Investigation (Findlay, OH)
- Belle Vernon Public Library (Vernon, PA)
- Buena Vista Public Library (Colorado)
- Building Virtual Private Networks
- Brazos Valley Physicians Organization (College Station, TX)
- Bella Vista Property Owners Association (Missouri)
- Bulletproof Vest Partnership Program
- Buyers Vehicle Protection Plan (Michigan)
- Brazos Valley Public Purchasing Association (College Station, TX)
- Best Value Performance Review (UK)
- Beaver Valley Power Station (nuclear power plant; Shippingsport, PA)
- Book Value Per Share (investing/finance)
- Bristol Virginia Public Schools (Bristol, VA)
- Bukit View Primary School (Singapore)
- Business Value Planning Service (Microsoft)
- Bendrasis Viesuju Pirkimu Zodynas (Lithuanian: Common Procurement Vocabulary)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A review of the service provided by Staffordshire County Council, based on its annual best value performance plan, showed better performances in all areas.
The survey was carried out by the Institute of Public Finance to provide data for use in each council's Best Value Performance plan.
The authority's own summary Best Value Performance Plan shows the council has got worse in several key areas over the past year, including environment, employment, safety and efficiency.
Kent County Council has begun their Best Value Performance Plan to continuously improve services and make sure they represent good value for money.
The Audit Commission today released results from the audit of the second year of Welsh authorities' Best Value Performance Plans (BVPPs), with 20 per cent of councils given unqualified opinions by their auditors.
The Best Value Performance Plan is the council's annual report, setting out its achievements in 2002-03 and the areas it expects to improve in 2003-04.
An extraordinary meeting of the full council was called so the Best Value performance plan can be submitted to the government by June 30.