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News & Views

Roundtable: (Out)sourcing Playbook V2.0

The Institute was delighted to co-host a seminar on the (Out)sourcing Playbook, with guest speakers from Government and the private sector.
14th February 2020

Blog: Is this the Public Service Parliament?

Amongst the new MPs’ fascinating backgrounds, there is a strong and consistent theme of service, particularly in the public sector. This bodes positively for a post-Brexit, technology-driven world in which innovative ways of designing and delivering public services will be more important, perhaps, than at any time since the creation of the modern welfare state.
7th January 2020

Institute Event & Article: ‘Social Value – More Questions than Answers?’.

Today, we are hosting a panel and debate featuring representatives from Government, large and small business, and the VCSE sector, to address Social Value, an increasingly important theme within public service delivery.
3rd December 2019