Consultation outcome

Review of the Families continuous attitude survey 2015

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

This consultation has concluded

Detail of outcome

Stakeholder consultation feedback and the review outcome of FAMCAS 2015

From August to September 2015, Chief of Defence People opened a consultation with stakeholders regarding a number of proposed changes to the content of the current Families Continuous Attitude Survey (FAMCAS). The survey gathers information on the views and experiences of regular service personnel’s spouses and civil partners.

This consultation period ended on 30 September 2015. There were no responses during the consultation period, from either internal and external stakeholders. As we received no responses to the consultation, the proposed changes to the questions were implemented in the 2015 questionnaires.

Results from the 2015 survey will be available in summer 2015.

Original consultation

Summary

A public consultation on changes to FAMCAS 2015 has been conducted during August and September 2014. The results of the consultation will available when they have been analysed

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Consultation description

The Families continuous attitude survey (FAMCAS) is an annual survey and is one of the main ways the department gathers information on the views and experiences of regular service personnel’s spouses and civil partners.

Following an internal review of survey content we are seeking external user’s views on the proposed changes. Further details on the proposed changes and process can be found in the consultation document.

Ways to respond

If you have any comments on the proposed changes please contact us:-

By email: DefStrat-Stat-WDS-Consult@mod.uk

Documents

Published 19 August 2014
Last updated 22 June 2015 + show all updates
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