Our August/September 2021 edition of PSE explores some of the challenges and successes we’re seeing in our public sector, as leaders and innovators from across the UK sharing how they’ve overcome barriers and furthered their services. From innovative retrofitting in the West Midlands to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s climate change plea, through to apprenticeship scheme success in Redcar & Cleveland, dive in and explore fascinating stories from across the sector
PSE Aug/Sep 21
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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.
Achieve your digital goals faster with G-Cloud SaaS procurement
Through the Crown Commercial Service, G-Cloud framework, public sector organisations are provided with the opportunity to easily search for, compare and procure solutions from suppliers and vendors. With over 5,000 government-approved IT suppliers, the G-Cloud framework helps provide organisations with a rapid and transparent procurement route without the need for a lengthy OJEU (Official Journal of the European Union) procurement process. As the squeeze on public money continues and organisations strive to make savings and improve service delivery for their customers, using G-Cloud is an ideal way of making the procurement process easier and more cost effective for buyers to find the right solutions to meet their needs.
Revitalise your weight loss programme with ShapeUp4Life
The association between excess weight and poor outcomes with COVID-19 has led to even greater pressure on public health organisations to deliver successful weight loss programmes; ShapeUp4Life presents an effective solution to this long-standing problem.