Launch Announcement: The Public Chairs’ Forum (PCF) Now Live on WiredGov!
We are delighted to announce that the Public Chairs’ Forum is a new stakeholder available on the WiredGov channel.
The Public Chairs’ Forum (PCF) exists to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the delivery of public services in the United Kingdom. It is a member led, exclusive information sharing and networking resource for chairs of public bodies.
Through a programme of unique and carefully tailored seminars and events, the PCF facilitates an environment for Chairs to identify best practice and work together to improve the delivery of public services.
By drawing on the perspectives of its members, the PCF is able to provide information, advice and guidance to Government on the role of arm’s-length bodies in the delivery and reform of public services
Membership to the Public Chairs’ Forum is open to all Chairs of public bodies, regardless of their organisations’ size or remit.
Membership includes approximately eight seminars and events a year, access to invaluable networking opportunities with other Chairs and key figures in Government, and opportunities to contribute and benefit from various research projects aimed at supporting Chairs of public bodies in their roles.
PCF is supported by Head of the Civil Service and Cabinet Secretary, Sir Mark Sedwill; Chief Executive of the Civil Service, John Manzoni; and Dame Sue Owen, Permanent Secretary at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, who is PCF’s central government sponsor.
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However, if you opted out of this setting when registering and wish to add PCF news alerts to your WiredGov preferences, simply click here to sign in, check the Public Chairs’ Forum (PCF) channel and take the opportunity to add to or modify any of your other preferences.
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