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Public Sector joins together to address industry challenges!

What is it? The National Outsourcing Association’s event (NOA)

Where and when? London, 25th April 2016

We will be in attendance and sponsoring the National Outsourcing Association’s (NOA) ‘Public Sector Day – Partnering for Performance’ event on 25th April 2016.

During the one-day event, industry leaders and specialists will join together to discuss how Public Sector companies can partner for improved performance. The agenda includes insights, workshops and free training to address the challenges the Public Sector is facing currently and in the future.

Topics that will be addressed during the day include:

  • Procurement: current developments and issues
  • How to accredit to a global outsourcing standard?
  • Enhancing your services through Technology
  • Collaborative relationships
  • The effects of devolution and combined authorities
  • How to avoid the obvious pitfalls of Public Sector outsourcing?

Hosted at Eversheds (1 Wood Street, London, EC2V 7WS), speakers include:

  • Nick Blane, Partner, Commercial Projects, Eversheds
  • Chris Halward, Professional Development Director, NOA
  • Adam Fineberg, Advisor on Public Services, NOA
  • Chris Halward, Director of Professional Development, NOA
  • Peter Brookes-Smith, Group Managing Director, Objectivity

Kevin Cavanagh, Public Sector Manager, Objectivity, comments: “The Public Sector by nature has always been, and will continue to be, subject to changes in regulations and legislation – which can seem challenging for some companies. As we move forward during 2016 and the near future, it is important for the industry to come together to share best practice, guidance and council. Understanding the customer challenges and industry nuances are key for success within the Public Sector. Gaining a deep understanding of these will drive both suppliers and partners to provide the best solutions and services, really flying the flag for British innovation and digitisation.”