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LGA praises councils’ efforts carrying out NHS health checks

19/08/2019LGA praises councils’ efforts carrying out NHS health checks

Following the launch of an evidence-based review into NHS health checks by health and social secretary Matt Hancock, the Local Government Association (LGA) have praised the efforts of councils. Chairman of the LGA’s Community Wellbe more >
Growing in confidence: Meeting the targets of Apprenticeship Levy

15/08/2019Growing in confidence: Meeting the targets of Apprenticeship Levy

Debbie Rayfield, corporate apprenticeship manager at Sefton Council, discusses her role within the council’s Apprenticeship Team and the challenges that can be faced meeting the targets of the Apprenticeship Levy. I initially joined the more >
Sponsored roundabouts policy earns Bradford Council £128k a year

14/08/2019Sponsored roundabouts policy earns Bradford Council £128k a year

Bradford Council’s policy of allowing businesses to pay for sponsorships of roundabouts and grass verges has seen the local authority bring in £128,000 a year. With business advertising now present on almost 70 highways verges and more >

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LGA praises councils’ efforts carrying out NHS health checks

19/08/2019LGA praises councils’ efforts carrying out NHS health checks

Following the launch of an evidence-based review into NHS health checks by health and social secretary Matt Hancock, the Local Government Association (LGA) have praised the efforts of councils. more >
Growing in confidence: Meeting the targets of Apprenticeship Levy

15/08/2019Growing in confidence: Meeting the targets of Apprenticeship Levy

Debbie Rayfield, corporate apprenticeship manager at Sefton Council, discusses her role within the council’s Apprenticeship Team and the challenges that can be faced meeting the targets of the more >
Sponsored roundabouts policy earns Bradford Council £128k a year

14/08/2019Sponsored roundabouts policy earns Bradford Council £128k a year

Bradford Council’s policy of allowing businesses to pay for sponsorships of roundabouts and grass verges has seen the local authority bring in £128,000 a year. With business adverti more >
Council-owned solar farm generates £1.2m for frontline services

14/08/2019Council-owned solar farm generates £1.2m for frontline services

West Suffolk Council, through its local authority-owned solar farm, has raised more than £1.2m in funds to support frontline services in the past three years. The 12.4MW solar farm at Tog more >
TechnologyOne: Setting the foundation for shared service success

14/08/2019TechnologyOne: Setting the foundation for shared service success

Anwen Robinson, UK Operating Officer at TechnologyOne - an enterprise SaaS company - explains why adopting an enterprise vision is key to long-term benefit Local government transforma more >
Unlocking the door for customers and suppliers

13/08/2019Unlocking the door for customers and suppliers

Simon Tse, chief executive of the Crown Commercial Service, discusses how the biggest public procurement organisation in the UK is changing. For some time the Crown Commercial Service (CCS), th more >

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New rules to change the future of Social Value

05/06/2019New rules to change the future of Social Value

The government has announced the introduction of new rules to change the future of social value and make the way housing developers stump up the money for infrastructure both simpler and more transparent. These regulatory changes are designed to help achieve its ambition to deliver 300,000 ex more >
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Artificial intelligence: the devil is in the data

17/12/2018Artificial intelligence: the devil is in the data

It’s no secret that the public sector a... more >
Digital innovation in the public sector: The future is now

17/12/2018Digital innovation in the public sector: The future is now

One of the public sector’s key technolo... more >
Keeping the momentum of the Northern Powerhouse

15/10/2018Keeping the momentum of the Northern Powerhouse

On 6 September, the biggest decision-makers o... more >

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The importance of openness after Grenfell

The importance of openness after Grenfell

Following the recent Grenfell Tower tragedy, Lord Porter, chairman of the LGA, argues that if the public are going to have faith in the safety te... more > more last word articles >