Archives for May 31st, 2002

DEVELOPING PUBLIC SERVICE LEADERS FOR TOMORROW

Headlines, PublicNet: 31 May, 2002

Experiences gained from teaching, research and consultancy in the
University of the West of England and dialogue with colleagues in public
service agencies has led to a new post graduate course built around
leadership and inter-agency working. The new programme is designed to meet
the post-graduate needs of managers and leaders within public service
agencies, whether they are in the public, voluntary or private sectors. It
is the product of partnership working between educational providers and a
wide range of organisations as potential purchasers and providers of public
services.

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ENCOURAGEMENT SUPPORT AND FUNDS FOR THE VOLUNTARY SECTOR

Headlines, PublicNet: 31 May, 2002

Home Secretary David Blunkett has smoothed the way for the voluntary sector
to play a larger role in implementing Government policies. It is expected
that the Treasury’s cross-cutting review on the role of the voluntary
sector in delivering public services will set out a blue print detailing
how the Government can work with the voluntary sector to deliver high
quality public services. The review, which is part of the Comprehensive
Spending Review, will be published in the summer.

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