(National Centre for Partnership and Performance)
On 1st April 2010, as part of a wider organizational restructuring within NESDO, the National Centre for Partnership and Performance (NCPP), together with the National Economic and Social Forum (NESF), was dissolved, and its core functions integrated into the NESC. The NESC Council has been asked to adapt its work programme to ensure that appropriate aspects of the work of the NCPP is continued.
This section of the website provides information about the history of the NCPP, and access to key documents produced by the NCPP.
About the NCPP
The National Centre for Partnership & Performance (NCPP) was established by Government in 2001 to promote and facilitate partnership-led change and innovation in Ireland’s workplaces.
In January 2007, the NCPP was placed on a statutory footing as part of the National Economic & Social Development Office (NESDO), together with the National Economic & Social Council (NESC) and the National Economic and Social Forum (NESF). Subsequently, the NCPP was dissolved in April 2010.
For Further Information
For further information, please contact Mr. Brendan Ward, Head of Administration, NESDO.