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The Dynamic Magazine for today’s PUBLICSERVANT

Public Servant is the dynamic public sector national news magazine launched in May 2004 for senior civil servants and other key public sector decision-makers.

Published monthly with ABC audited distribution in print format, Public Servant provides in-depth news, analysis and opinion on the topics that matter to public sector managers. Its window on the wider public sector world ranges from policy to practice, and includes the insiders’ perspective on latest approaches to better public services.

This combines with the magazine's wider aim of strengthening links between government departments and public bodies, between Whitehall and local authorities - and raising the level of debate across these organisations.

A fresh concept in public sector publishing from PSCA International, Public Servant addresses the challenges facing directors and senior managers in the public sector. It provides a unique stimulus to service leaders, from central government policymakers to heads of vital agencies and local government, and explores the developing relationships between public and private sectors.

Royal Institute of British Architects
The UK body for architecture and the architectural profession

RIBA works to facilitate the delivery of good architecture and promote excellence in the profession.
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Leicester Shire Economic Partnership
Leicestershire Economic Partnership

A Public Sector Relocation Support Team established to support civil service relocations to Leicester and Leicestershire.
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Barclaycard Business
Delivering a Difference Together

Providing procurement efficiency with the lead issuer of the Government Procurement Card
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Boston Marks
The future is prepaid...

...tomorrows public sector payment system today.



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