Oct/Nov 19 - Public Sector VS Global Warming

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Contributors include the Crown Commercial Service, Companies House, Nigel Wilcock from the Institute of Economic Development, the Association for Project Management, the Mayor of Bristol, Marvin Rees, and an exclusive interview with LGA chairman James Jamieson.

 

Fuel Cards Feature p20-25

In association with BP, PSE takes an in-depth look into fuel cards and how they can best assist public sector organisations in getting the most out of their fleet.

 

Social Value Content Partnership p26-28

PSE partners with Social Value Portal and Wates to investigate the rise of the social value movement.

 

Integrated Health & Social Care p29-35

Rob Webster outlines an exciting new health tech partnership; Anne Longfield, the children’s commissioner for England, talks about supporting the next generation; we hear from the centre for better Ageing; Harrow Council explains an innovative new fingerprint drug-testing solution, and PSE talks to Debbie Jones from Tower Hamlets’ Children’s Services.

 

Northern Powerhouse p36-44

PSE leads with an exclusive interview with Britain's newest Metro Mayor, Jamie Driscoll; the University of Hull discusses a new alliance between Northern Powerhouse Universities; the Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, explains his new ‘Green City Geal’ bid; and Greater Manchester Combined Authority discusses health care collaboration.

 

Transport & Fleet p45-51

Tees Valley Combined Authority’s Heather Scott OBE talks about transforming transport in the tees valley; Newcastle university explores saving lives with safety cameras and statistical analysis, and Kent County Council describes implementing the new blue badge process.

 

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