Reflections on Public Bodies Week

Reflections on Public Bodies Week
December 19 2017

In the last week of November, Cabinet Office hosted a series of events as part of ‘Public Bodies Week’ to launch their annual directory and strategy for public bodies. It was an opportunity for leaders of public bodies and government officials to discuss key challenges and opportunities facing the public sector.

The discussion topics were packed with important, cross-cutting challenges, such as Brexit, regional growth, diversity, digitalisation and commercial capability. Many of which chime with issues on the minds of members of the PCF and our sister organisation, the Association of Chief Executives, who contributed to panel sessions.

Of the wide-ranging topics in discussion, there were two key messages that stood out and they were the importance of effective transformation and collaboration. For further information of these discussions, please click on the button below to read our Civil Service World article.

https://www.civilserviceworld.com/articles/opinion/transformation-and-collaboration-action-reflections-public-bodies-week

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Cabinet Office Reviews with John Manzoni

January 12 2018

Cabinet Office Reviews with John Manzoni

Chief Executive of the Civil Service and Permanent Secretary for the Cabinet Office John Manzoni joins us to discuss the latest Cabinet Office thinking…  more »

Information rights and responsibilities, with the Information Commissioner

February 02 2018

Information rights and responsibilities, with the Information Commissioner

With the ever increasing quantity of sensitive material held by the public sector about citizens, there is a desire for people to know what is held…  more »

Diversity, Inclusion and Equality for Boards

March 01 2018

Diversity, Inclusion and Equality for Boards

As the Centre for Public Appointments has launched its Diversity Action Plan, its Commissioner, Peter Riddell CBE, Sue Owen, Permanent Secretary, Department…  more »