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Councils get ready for IFRS: Public Eye

Posted on August 30th, 2009 · Posted in Public Eye

  With the adoption of ‘fair value’ widely blamed for the collapse of the financial markets, no one would sensibly argue that moving to IFRS is a simple matter. While.. read more

Pressure on for council CFOs: Public Eye

Posted on August 30th, 2009 · Posted in Public Eye

  Financial pressures on local authorities have been acute in recent months – and show no sign of abating. Increased costs from fuel and food inflation, more children taken into.. read more

Enterprising journey for public monopolies: Public Eye

Posted on September 11th, 2008 · Posted in Public Eye

  Social enterprises are beginning to play an important role in the Government’s drive to extend public service choice and break down the old state public service monopolies. The creation.. read more

Social landlord role expands: Public Eye

Posted on June 6th, 2008 · Posted in Public Eye

  Social landlord role expands – find tenants jobs   by Paul Gosling   Just ten days into her job and Caroline Flint made national headlines as housing ministers seldom.. read more

Credit crunch bites public sector: Public Eye

Posted on June 6th, 2008 · Posted in Public Eye

  The public sector crunch   by Paul Gosling   It has been like a perverse game of pass the parcel. Only when the music stops does it become clear.. read more

Two chief executives for the price of one: Health Service Review

Posted on June 6th, 2008 · Posted in Health Service Review, Public Eye

  Beyond Section 31   by Paul Gosling   Joint social care commissioning by PCTs and local authorities have blossomed under so-called ‘Section 31 Agreements’. But Section 31 of the.. read more

True Cost of Education

Posted on March 1st, 2006 · Posted in Public Eye

England’s schools face a significant funding shakeup. Paul Gosling examines the key implications. Download the article (PDF)

Paying Their Dues

Posted on May 1st, 2005 · Posted in Public Eye

Information technology is at the heart of steps being taken by the Government to close the annual tax gap, reports Paul Gosling Download the article (PDF)