Magazine article Public Finance

Events

Magazine article Public Finance

Events

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* FEBRUARY 5-6

The Guardian public services summit 09: are we entering a post bureaucratic age?

Speakers include: Helen Bailey, director, public services, Treasury; Sir Michael Bichard, director, Institute for Government; Sir Leigh Lewis, permanent secretary, Department for Work and Pensions; and David Nicholson, chief executive, NHS

St Albans

publicsummit@medivents.co.uk

* FEBRUARY 12

CIPFA seminan an Introduction to central government finance

Chair: Curtis Juman, director of finance and IT, UK trade & investment & chair of the CIPFA Central Government Panel.

Speakers include: Geoff Russell, partner, public sector advisory, KPMG; Kieran Rix, deputy director, financial planning, Department for Transport; Mostaque Ahmed, team leader, operational efficiency programme, Treasury; and Peter Connor, project manager, alignment project, Treasury

London

Tel: Claire Howard

020 7543 5628

March

* MARCH 4

PMPA and Department of Hearth seminar: using information to drive change: case study - the British Library experience

Speakers include: Jill Finney, director of strategic marketing and communications, British Library

London

Tel: Dee Noonan

020 7543 5679

* MARCH 17

CIPFA course: an introduction to adult social care

Speakers include: Anne McDonald, programme director, community well being, Local Government Association; Caroline Highwood, assistant director of resources, social services, Kent County Council; and Carole Shaw, assistant director of social services, Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council

London

Tel: Alex Goring

020 7543 5751

The main event

* MARCH 18-20

National Housing Federation conference and exhibition: Housing finance

Chair: David Orr, chief executive, National Housing Federation. …

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