Capita Conferences Announce their National Public Service Reform in Scotland Conference - Edinburgh
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Public Service Reform Scotland
Wednesday 30th October 2013 – Edinburgh
Capita’s Public Service Reform Conference provides an essential opportunity to address the progress being achieved across the Scottish public sector in delivering more effective and efficient services to the public.
Now is a time of many ongoing legislative developments that will transform public services in Scotland, including the Community Empowerment and Renewal Bill, the Public Bodies (Joint Working) Scotland Bill. Alongside the recent submission of Single Outcome Agreements by community planning partnerships, this event will examine the critical challenge of managing reduced budgets, maximising resources and delivering more for less as the public sector looks to achieve an outcomes-based approach to service delivery.
Featuring trailblazing examples of public service reform across Scotland, attend this timely event to hear a crucial update on the ongoing drive to achieve service integration and improve outcomes for our communities.
- Chair: George Black, Chief Executive, Glasgow City Council
- Cllr David O'Neill, President, COSLA
- Elma Murray, Chief Executive, North Ayrshire Council and Chair, SOLACE Scotland
- Cllr Harry McGuigan, North Lanarkshire Council and Spokesperson, Community Wellbeing and Safety, COSLA and Co-Chair, Reference Group for the Community Empowerment and Renewal Bill
- Bill Alexander, Director of Health and Social Care, Highland Council
- Martin Sime, Chief Executive, Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations
Benefits of Attending
- Hear a national update from COSLA and SOLACE Scotland on the transformation agenda and how public services are successfully delivering targeted provision in the current fiscal climate
- Gain insight into the progress of the Community Empowerment and Renewal Bill and its ambition to put the community voice at the heart of service design
- Engage in a dynamic discussion about the impact that Community Planning Partnerships are having on reducing inequalities and applying evidence-based approaches to interventions
- Understand the ever increasing role that the third sector is playing in service provision and community engagement
- Learn about the integration of health and social care from a trailblazing partnership and how they have successfully adopted a lead agency model
- Take away guidance about supporting community needs and driving community outcomes as a priority for service design
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