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  1. conducted by the Audit Commission, aims to assess the performance of every local authority and the services that they provide for local people

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  2. a term from the UK the Comprehensive Performance Assessment (CPA)

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  3. of local authorities in the UK

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  4. The Audit Commission conducts the CPA to help councils to focus on improvement, comprising evidence from other external review bodies plus the Audit Commission's judgements

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  5. The Audit Commission describes the CPA thus: "Comprehensive Performance Assessment (CPA) measures how well councils are delivering services for local people and communities

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