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Chambers of Commerce chief to speak at REC public sector summit

Chambers of Commerce chief to speak at REC public sector summit

David Frost, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has been confirmed as the latest speaker for the Recruitment and Employment Confederations Public Sector Summit on Tuesday June 8.

He will join Sir Peter Gershon, the Conservative Partys efficiency adviser Jackie Orme, Chief Executive of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and Dean Shoesmith, President of the Public Sector People Managers Associations (PPMA) as the main speakers for the summit being held at the Congress Centre in London.

Also appearing as one of the events interactive workshop speakers will be Ian Sears, Head of Commercial Delivery, Professional Services at the Office of Government Commerce (OGC).

The summit is the focal point of the RECs public sector campaign that was launched in February to promote the need for public sector services reform through maximising the use of flexible resourcing and acquiring the talent which will lead the transformation of public sector employers.

Commenting on the programme of speakers at the summit, Kevin Green, the RECs Chief Executive said:

The profile of the summit continues to gather momentum with the highest possible calibre of speakers all of whom are committed to ensuring there is a greater understanding of the roles that both the private and public sectors need to play at an extremely crucial time both politically and economically.

With the new Government looking to reduce the UKs financial deficit, public sector spending will be high on its agenda of expenditure cuts. However, we believe public services need to be reformed over the longer term and our campaign highlights how this should be through a programme of productivity improvements and innovation in the way services are delivered.

The summit is the ideal platform on which recruiters can build dynamic, productive partnerships with both HR practitioners and public sector employers so no-one working in public sector resourcing can afford to miss it.
The summit called The Future of Public Sector Resourcing, Working Together to Deliver Excellence will bring together experts from HR, procurement and recruitment to explore public sector resourcing over the next five years.


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