Commissioning for Innovation: Delivering More Efficient and Effective Public Services
03 December 2013, The Clarendon Suites, Birmingham
The importance of commissioning is predicted to grow as the public sector buys more services
It is becoming more and more important for every manager, public service professional and politician to understand and adopt a commissioning approach
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Confirmed Speakers Include
Chris White MP
Member of Parliament for Warwick and Leamington and Social Value Ambassador
Chair, Public Service Delivery Network Advisory Group
Kate Davies OBE
Head of Public Health, NHS England
Chief Executive, Cheshire West and Chester Council
Director, HMP Doncaster
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Commissioning for Innovation: Delivering More Efficient and Effective Public Services will feature examples of high quality commissioning in practice, offering those who commission public services the confidence and know-how to design different ways to deliver services, to shape and manage new markets and build more effective and more efficient ways of delivering services for local people.
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