Building a stronger society

Every day, digital technology enables us to push the boundaries of the public services we deliver creating a stronger, safer society, economy and sustainable future. In this exclusive webinar PSE, in partnership with Phoenix, brings together key public sector organisations from across the country for a lively interactive discussion on how digital transformation, user adoption and workplace collaboration helps deliver outstanding public services to the population of the UK.

Speakers 

  • Carolyn Brown, Chief Technology Officer from the National Housing Federation
  • Nadira Hussain, Director of Leadership Development & Research at Society for Innovation, Technology and Modernisation (SOCITM)
  • Brian Fisher, Chair of the NHS Alliance
  • Richard Williams, Director of Enterprise and Development at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO)
PSE Oct/Nov 21

PSE Oct/Nov 21

Power & Positionaility

Our October/November 2021 edition of PSE delves into a number of key areas for public sector progress, including decarbonisation and digital transformation. Equally read our exclusive interview with Sir Richard Leese, as he reflects on a remarkable 25 year career with Manchester City Council, while elsewhere we learn how to evolve our green capabilities in public sector transport.

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#PSE365: Digtial Transformation in association with Cisco

Be A Part Of It!

14th October 2021
PSE365: Digital Transformation in association with Cisco

PSE has created a full calendar of events to address the most important issues that influence the delivery of public sector services. 

Over 365 days you’ll have the opportunity to hear from a range of highly motivating, informative and inspirational speakers. These speakers will equip you with knowledge and unique insight to enable you to overcome the challenges that you face.

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Keep communities at the heart of planning

Chris Borg, NALC policy manager

Chris Borg discusses the Planning for the Future white paper and explains the importance of residents and local councils having a say when it comes to planning

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