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The Public Sector Show 2018

26 June 2018
The Public Sector Show 2018

ExCeL, London

  • Political heavyweights and council leaders join speaker line up for the UK’s largest ever public sector show
  • Exhibitors include UK Space Agency, Open University and techUK.

Public spending in the UK is expected to reach more than £3 trillion over the next four years (the course of the current parliament) in areas such as transport, health, education and defence, according to the organisers of the Public Sector Show 2018.

The UK’s largest public sector event will see leading figures from across government departments, local government and professional bodies discuss how to drive efficiencies while delivering improved services for the taxpayer.

The interactive day will see more than 140 leading speakers and thousands of senior budget-holders and decision makers discuss the state of the public sector as well as four core themes identified as creating the biggest efficiency challenges and opportunities: digital and technology, finance and corporate, estates and infrastructure, and workforce and leadership. Providing the latest policy briefings and insights,  pioneering best practice case studies, and in-depth interviews, the event will give attendees an opportunity to join and interact with some of the most influential figures in the public sector on its most pressing issues.

As well as hearing from inspirational speakers and case studies, more than 150 exhibitors will be showcasing a vast range of products and services that can help the public sector save money and improve performance. Exhibitors include UK Space Agency, techUK, Crown Commercial Service and Open University, as well as a wealth of other providers aligned to the four core themes of the event.

Registration is free for those working in the public sector.

Its sister event will also be held in Manchester on 20th November 2018.

For further information, visit https://psshow.co.uk

 

 

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