latest public sector news

Queen’s Speech contains new restrictions on public sector workers

27/05/2015Queen’s Speech contains new restrictions on public sector workers

Extending right to buy to social housing tenants, devolving powers to cities and restricting the rights of public sector workers were among the highlights of the Queen’s Speech this morning... more >
Cabinet Office minister prioritising diversity and performance related pay

26/05/2015Cabinet Office minister prioritising diversity and performance related pay

Performance related pay is to be extended in the Civil Service and there will be an improved push for diversity, according to the new minister for the Cabinet Office. Matt Hancock MP gave hi... more >
Up to 100,000 civil servants could lose their jobs in the next five years

18/05/2015Up to 100,000 civil servants could lose their jobs in the next five years

The Civil Service could lose as many as 100,000 more jobs over the course of this Parliament, according to the head of the union for senior managers in public services. Dave Penman, head of ... more >

featured articles

View all News

public sector events

Digital Health and Care Congress 2015

16 Jun 2015 __:__

*10% discount for Public Sector Executive sub...

read more >

Implementing primary and acute care systems

23 Jun 2015 __:__

*10% discount for Public Sector Executive sub...

read more >

Enhanced health in care homes Implementing new models of care

02 Jul 2015 __:__

*10% off for Public Sector Executive subscrib...

read more >
view all events

events calendar

back

May 2015

forward
mon tue wed thu fri sat sun
27 28 29 30 1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13

Making Local Data Work

13/05/2015

Over the last two years local authorities have championed the release of open data and engaged and worked with local communities and businesses to foster the demand and use of the data. We want to share the successes and stories of the open data projects in two events in London and Leeds so that local authorities can learn from good practice, develop further capabilities and debate how open data can be embedded into future policy.

14 15 16 17
18

NAPF Local Authority Conference

18/05/2015 - 20/05/2015

This specialist pensions event for local authorities is designed to look at the ever changing Local Authority Pension Scheme and attracts over 350 local authority officers, councillors and their advisers.

New strategies for managing the public realm: nudge, budge, reduce

18/05/2015

This event is part of NLGN and APSE’s upcoming research report exploring innovative ways in which demands on place-based services such as anti-social behaviour and the upkeep of parks and roads can be reduced through behaviour change, service redesign and new relationships with citizens and businesses.

19

NAPF Local Authority Conference

18/05/2015 - 20/05/2015

This specialist pensions event for local authorities is designed to look at the ever changing Local Authority Pension Scheme and attracts over 350 local authority officers, councillors and their advisers.

Arts and cultural activities supporting co-production and innovation

19/05/2015

The continuing squeeze on public sector budgets and pressure on services, coupled with major demographic changes, means that the need for local innovation is growing. The challenge is how to achieve better outcomes for local people without incurring substantial cost. Some commissioners have found that engaging different local practitioners from the arts and cultural sector is enabling them to get great outcomes for citizens, improve services, increase wellbeing and remain cost effective.

20

NAPF Local Authority Conference

18/05/2015 - 20/05/2015

This specialist pensions event for local authorities is designed to look at the ever changing Local Authority Pension Scheme and attracts over 350 local authority officers, councillors and their advisers.

21

Digital Councils

21/05/2015

We live in a digital age. We have an ever-growing number of digital tools in our communications toolbox. But do we make the most of what technology has to offer or could we do more?

22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30 31
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

public sector focus

View all News

the raven's daily blog

Government launches assault on the public sector employee

26/05/2015Government launches assault on the public sector employee

One thing has become clear in the few weeks since the general election returned a shock Conservative majority: this new single-party government is determined to assault the rights of workers, esp... more >
read more blog posts from 'the raven' >

interviews

The best-kept secret in the public sector

23/04/2015The best-kept secret in the public sector

Carl Fillery is chief executive of CSMA Club,... more >
A joined-up approach to tackling fraud in the public sector

23/04/2015A joined-up approach to tackling fraud in the public sector

Rachel Tiffen, head of CIPFA’s Counter ... more >
Changing the conversation

23/04/2015Changing the conversation

The Centre for Local Economic Strategies is a... more >
In business

23/04/2015In business

Many local authorities have been exploring th... more >

public sector executive tv

more videos >
149x260 PSE Subscribe button

comment

Helping the individual NEET, not the NEET problem

23/04/2015Helping the individual NEET, not the NEET problem

Will Nixon runs PM Training, which ... more >
Cutting carbon for sustainable growth

23/04/2015Cutting carbon for sustainable growth

Sarah Stopforth, assistant research... more >
Is this the greenest public sector ever in the UK?

23/04/2015Is this the greenest public sector ever in the UK?

With the general election looming, ... more >

editor's comment

01/02/2015A new start, a fresh outlook

As you will have seen, Public Sector Executive has undergone an extensive redesign to improve the look and feel of the magazine, to signpost readers to our articles more easily and to make our content as attractive and engaging as possible. We hope you enjoy the new look and continue to find something of value in these pages, with contributions from some of the most interesting and important people in the sector, interviews with decision-makers, analysis of recent reports and policies... read more >

last word

Stats, facts and evidence in the general election

Stats, facts and evidence in the general election

Is there any hope of getting more evidence into political debates running up to May? Jonathan Breckon, head of the Alliance for Useful Evidence, ... more > more last word articles >

most read