There is a new blog on the NAVCA website about the findings in the Social Value Act review, which NAVCA, an umbrella organisation for charities like Community Action: MK, contributed to earlier this year. NAVCA welcomes most of the findings but questions if the recommendations will send a strong enough message to the public bodies choosing to ignore it. In her blog Rachel Rhodes says that it is important that the Cabinet Office “sends out a stronger message, that all public bodies are expected to incorporate social value into their commissioning processes. If it does not, social value will still not have got off the ground in some areas by the time of the next recommended review in two years’ time.”  Click here to read more.