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National Specialist Commissioning Advisory Group (NSCAG)

NSCAG transferred to the NHS in April 2007 and is now known as the National Commissioning Group (NCG)

The NCG is a Standing Committee of the National Specialised Services Commissioning Group (NSCG), established as a result of the Carter Review of Commissioning Arrangements for Specialised Services. The NSCG oversees the national commissioning of highly specialised services and facilities collaborative working at a pan-Specialised Commissioning Group (SCG) level. The 10 SCGs commission specialised services at a regional level.

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