Public sector revenue generation (Edinburgh): creating surpluses, retaining services, protecting jobs
Fri 25th Apr 2014
, Ernst & Young Offices
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The current financial climate requires the public sector in Scotland to become more efficient, innovative and selective in their service design and delivery – to examine all possible avenues for cost and efficiency savings and explore opportunities, where appropriate, to create shared services. But with increasing budgetary constraints, all tiers of the public sector are exploring the potential for increasing income generation as part of their efforts to bridge budget gaps – creating revenue surpluses which, in turn, can be reinvested into the core delivery of public services.
With a welcome address from Mark Turley, Director of Services for Communities at City of Edinburgh Council, these interactive half-day training seminars aim to provide participants with ideas on how their department or their organisation can develop new service models and grasp potential income opportunities – enabling those with an entrepreneurial flair to sustain vital public services and jobs.
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Director of Services for Communities, City of Edinburgh Council
Chief Government Advisor - Scotland and Northern Ireland, Met Office
Head of Corporate Relations, Scottish Water
Director - Local Public Services, Ernst & Young
Chair of the Local Government Boundary Commission for Scotland and Local Government Benchmarking Board
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