Events


January

* JANUARY 23-24

University of Warwick Local Authorities Research Consortium and Health Service Partnership annual conference

Speakers include: Mark Britnell, chief executive, University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust; Stephen Bubb, chief executive, Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations; Professor David Cox, UCE Birmingham and chair of South Birmingham Primary Care Trust; Professor Bernard Crump, chief executive, NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement; and Roger Lawrence, leader, Wolverhampton City Council

Warwick

Tel: Tuula Itkonen

02476 574668

* JANUARY 24

GovNet event - Procurement in action: delivering effective partnerships

Speakers include: Colin Cram, regional director, North West Centre of Excellence; Paul Davies, director, Centre for Procurement Excellence in the Police Service; Ian Taylor, director, the Centre for Procurement Performance, Department for Education and Skills; David Rabey, director of purchasing and supply, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs; Ian Burdon, Scotland e-procurement programme team, Scottish Executive; and Peter Howarth, chief executive officer, Society of Purchasing Officers

London

Tel: Sabrina Hartley

0800 542 9285

www.govnet.co.uk/procurement06

* JANUARY 2A

Capita conference - Planning, delivering and managing mixed communities

Chair: Julie Cowans, special adviser, urban policy and sustainable communities, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Speakers include: David Orr, chief executive, National Housing Federation; Jeni Fender, head, planning for housing branch, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister; Jon Bright, head of implementation, Neighbourhood Renewal Unit, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister; Chris Holmes, author, New Vision for housing, and board member, the Housing Corporation; Debra Yudolph, director, residential asset and property management, Grainger Trust; and Chris Alien, professor of urban sociology, Sheffield Hallam University

London

Tel: Capita

020 7808 5252

* JANUARY 31

Public Management and Policy Association lecture - Ethics in the workplace

Chair: Sir Alistair Graham, Committee on Standards in Public Life.

Speaker: Philippa Foster Back, director, Institute of Business Ethics

London

Booking online: http://www.dpfa. org.uk/pmpa/events.cfm

February

FEBRUARY 2

New Local Government Network conference - Building stronger communities

Chair: Barry Quirk, chief executive, London Borough of Lewisham, and president of Solace.

Speakers include: Henry Tam, head, civil renewal unit, Home Office; Pascoe Sawyers, director, leadership academy, IDA; Michael Keith, leader, London Borough of Tower Hamlets; Stuart Etherington, chief executive, National Council for Voluntary Organisations; Sam Younger, chair, the Electoral Commission; and Tony Breslin, chief executive, Citizenship Foundation

London

Tel: Neil Stewart Associates

020 7324 4300

* FEBRUARY 7

GovNet event - Government IT 2006 - IT-enabled business change

Speakers include: Perri 6, professor of social policy, Nottingham Trent University; Katie Davis, director, IT professionalism, e-government unit, Cabinet Office; Don Brown, IT commercial relationships, HM Revenue & Customs; David Myers, director, shared services programme, e-government unit, Cabinet Office; Angela Waite, president, Society of IT Management; and Simon Morioka, head of e-government and IT services, London Borough of Camden

London

Tel: Sabrina Hartley

0800 542 9285

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