Welcome to the SAVVI Playbook.

, standing for ‘a Scalable Approach to Vulnerability via Interoperability’, is a programme hosted by on behalf of the local public sector, and funded by the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities’ (DLUHC) .

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted a need for local authorities to identify vulnerable people and households so that they can formulate a coordinated multi-agency response. The purpose of the SAVVI project is to define - and encourage the adoption of - sector-wide data standards that will help local councils, and their partners, to improve their processes to identify vulnerable people, and target appropriate support to those in greatest need.

We are building on the experiences of the pandemic to present data standards, data sharing, and information governance, within a , that can be applied to ‘find, assess, and support’ people and households over a wide range of vulnerabilities.

Please take the time to listen to a short introduction to SAVVI in the video below from our project Sponsor, Phil Swan, GMCA.

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