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Support to incapacity benefits claimants through Pathways to Work

Support to incapacity benefits claimants through Pathways to Work

This report assesses the

This report assesses the progress of the Department for Work and Pensions in reducing the number of incapacity benefi ts claimants and the effectiveness of its Pathways employment programme. © National Audit Office 2010 The text of this document may be reproduced free of charge in any format or medium providing that it is reproduced accurately and not in a misleading context. The material must be acknowledged as National Audit Office copyright and the document title specified. Where third party material has been identified, permission from the respective copyright holder must be sought. Printed in the UK for the Stationery Office Limited on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office 2369024 05/10 7333

Contents Summary 4 Part One Incapacity benefi ts claimants 14 Part Two Performance of Pathways to Work 19 Part Three Delivering a national Pathways programme 25 Part Four The Department’s management of Provider-led Pathways 28 Appendix One Methodology 33 The National Audit Offi ce study team consisted of: Lee Summerfi eld, David Betteley, Jayne Goble and Ruth Lewis with assistance from David Boothby, under the direction of Jeremy Lonsdale and Liane Hinds This report can be found on the National Audit Offi ce website at www.nao.org.uk/pathways-to-work- 2010 For further information about the National Audit Offi ce please contact: National Audit Offi ce Press Offi ce 157-197 Buckingham Palace Road Victoria London SW1W 9SP Tel: 020 7798 7400 Email: enquiries@nao.gsi.gov.uk

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