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Launch Announcement: Reform goes live on WiredGov.

WiredGov are delighted to announce that we will be delivering the latest news and research produced by Reform think tank.

Reform is established as the leading Westminster think tank for public service reform. It is dedicated to achieving better and smarter public services, setting out ideas that will improve public services for all and deliver value for money in the UK.

Reform works on core sectors such as health and social care, education, home affairs and justice, and work and pensions. It also covers issues that cut across these sectors, including digital public services and public service design and delivery.

Reform is strictly independent and non-party in its approach.

How do we work?

  • Reform publishes independent, evidence-based research reports
  • Reform organises around 50 policy events a year to push the public policy debate forward
  • Reform produces regular Reformer blogs where it, and external guest bloggers, write about key public policy issues

On WiredGov, Reform will provide updates on its latest research and on some of the larger events it organises.

Add Reform to your WiredGov profile: Some WiredGov profiles are set to automatically add and receive new channels, which means that most of you don’t need to take any further action. However, if you opted out of this setting when registering and wish to add Reform news alerts to your WiredGov preferences, or modify your account in any way, simply:

  • Go to http://www.wired-gov.net
  • Sign-in using your email address and password
  • Click on 'Update My Profile'
  • Add Reform and take the opportunity to add to or modify any of your preferences
  • Click ‘Next’ at the bottom of the page
  • Check your personal settings are correct on the next pages
  • Click on 'Finish'

A summary of your modified WiredGov account will appear automatically.

Original article link: https://reform.uk/

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