The principles of choice and competition have underpinned successive governments’ public service reform agendas in an effort to improve quality, efficiency and value for money across a range of public services.
This series of events, sponsored by the Business Services Association (BSA), asked ‘Where next for public service markets?’ The events explored how the Government can develop the right mechanisms and skills to manage public service markets, as well as how the public can be more effectively and constructively engaged in decision making about public sector markets.
Events in this series:
- How do we make sure government actually works for working people?
- New approaches to integration and collaboration in public service markets
- Getting the right skills to manage public service markets
- Putting the 'public' back into public service markets
The Institute for Government would like to thank the BSA for supporting this series of events.
Find out more about our work on choice, competition and public service markets.