National Commission on 

The future of governance in the public sector

There are four ways you can get involved

The Commission has developed a framework of enquiry and the three lines of enquiry are:

1. What does effective, modern governance need to look like in the public sector in such a rapidly changing world? 

2. How can good governance help deliver the best possible outcomes for citizens in future?

3. What will ensure governance in the public sector is seen as credible, legitimate and trusted?

Click here for the document which explains the framework of enquiry.

 

Contact us to get involved.

CALL FOR EVIDENCE

 

NATIONAL SURVEY

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The National Survey will run from January to April 2020.

This is an important opportunity to influence the work of the Commission.

 

Click here in January 2020 when the link is live.

A summary of the evidence will be available from late May 2020.

Please contact us if you would like to contribute directly into events linked to the Commission. These may be throughout the UK so please do not be put off if you are not within easy travel distance of London.

EVENTS

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Various Commission events will be held during 2020 to promote good governance, gather evidence and drive active participation and engagement.

These include:

  • A series of place based events in the North East, South West, Scotland, London, the Midlands and Wales

  • Various networking events across the UK

  • Governance Congress at Leeds Castle (invited guests only)

  • Festival of Governance 2020.

Further details will be provided as these are scheduled.

 

Please contact us if you would like to contribute directly into the Commission events.

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