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The fact that it is difficult to describe impact, let alone measure it, in the quantitative terms beloved by the prime minister's delivery unit does not let charities off the hook.
Children's Secretary Ed Balls said he had asked for the review by the Prime Minister's Delivery Unit (PMDU), to report within a few months.
He is also chief executive of Liverpool Culture Company, deputy chairman of the Mersey Partnership, chairman of Liverpool Partnership Group, and adviser to the Prime Minister's Delivery Unit CAPTION(S): LEAVING: Sir David Henshaw is to quit his post after a pension deal was thrown out
Professor Michael Barber, former chief of the Standards and Effectiveness Unit in the education department and now head of the Prime Minister's Delivery Unit, would complain when Mr Woodhead criticised Government policy.
Seddon pins the blame squarely on the coercive 'deliverology' regime dreamt up (the correct expression) by the Prime Minister's Delivery Unit (PMDU) in Tony Blair's first term.
The cause of the bureaucracy is the Soviet-style 'deliverology' regime developed by the Prime Minister's Delivery Unit under Tony Blair - 'targets and terror', as the equivalent became known in the NHS.
Academy sponsors and headteachers are being canvassed in the review, which is being conducted by the prime minister's delivery unit at the request of the children's secretary, Ed Balls, with a select group attending a workshop at the Treasury this month.
In his second term, Barber headed the newly-created Prime Minister's Delivery Unit (PMDU), where he helped deliver strict numerical targets on hospital waiting times, street crime, train punctuality, and so on.