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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.
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.
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.
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.
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?
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