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NAO blog on successful digital transformation

June 29 2018

NAO blog on successful digital transformation

Following the success of our joint event on digital transformation, with the National Audit Office,… more »

Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee & Civil Service Effectiveness Inquiry

June 28 2018

Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee & Civil Service Effectiveness Inquiry

The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee has published its report more »

The Parole Board is seeking a new Chair

May 30 2018

The Parole Board is seeking a new Chair

The Ministry of Justice is advertising a vacancy for the Chair of the Parole Board for England and… more »

The Nuclear Safeguards Bill comment piece by Susanna Smith

February 16 2018

The Nuclear Safeguards Bill comment piece by Susanna Smith

As the Nuclear Safeguards Bill progresses through the House of Lords, PCF’s Research Officer,… more »

Event Summary: Information Rights and Responsibilities, with the Information Commissioner

February 02 2018

Event Summary: Information Rights and Responsibilities, with the Information Commissioner

Ahead of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) coming into force on 25 May 2018, PCF and… more »

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Events

July 17 2018

How to prepare for a new administration, with Lord Kerslake

Mindful of the uncertain times we are operating in, we welcome the experience of Lord Kerslake,  now a cross-bench life peer, a former Head of…  more »

Working effectively with department Non-Executive Directors

September 24 2018

Working effectively with department Non-Executive Directors

Lead Government Non-Executive Director, Sir Ian Cheshire, examines how the department and public body NEDs can ensure they make best use of their expertise.

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October 05 2018

Private seminar with Sir Jeremy Heywood

PCF members will continue their annual engagement with the Cabinet Secretary, Sir Jeremy Heywood. As negotiations for Brexit gather momentum, we welcome…  more »