Paula Miles shares Devon County Council’s story of opening up their intranet to the public.
Winning the 2016 Public Sector Campaign of the Year CIPR Excellence Award was a first for the NHS in Sussex and for Brighton & Hove’s Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) who commissioned the winning ‘not QUITE an emergency’ NHS 111 campaign, featuring comedian Dom Joly.
Earn 5 CPD points from reading the CIPR’s Local Public Services report ‘Influence for Impact’
Influence for Impact – the new research report launched by the Chartered Institute for Public Relations (CIPR) Local Public Services (LPS) Group – identifies that ‘influencing’ is a key skill as communicators let go of the reins of tactical communication. The report explores… Read More ›
Digital is not about platforms, it is about people – headlines from the CIPR LPS work supporting practitioners in digital engagement
Updated, original post 22/1/2015 Has public service ethos changed with the advance of technology, online services and the ‘Digital by Default’ agenda? This question lay at the heart of a local digital panel debate comprising senior central and local government… Read More ›
(Updated post first published 13/1/2015) This evening (Tuesday 13/1/2015), local government communicators and members will take part in a debate on the effects of digital on public services. The debate will begin at 5.55pm with an open vote on the… Read More ›