26 June

CCS at the Public Sector Show

We are delighted to be returning as a key supporter of the Public Sector Show in 2018.

The Public Sector Show is a must-attend event for anyone responsible for procurement in central and local government, as well as the wider public sector. Meet with over 130 leading suppliers of solutions and products designed to save money and deliver better public services.

Our Chief Executive, Malcolm Harrison, will be delivering a keynote on transforming public sector procurement. We will also have our own seminar theatre at the show hosting a series of thought-leadership sessions around key themes of public sector procurement. Look out for further details shortly.

A number of CCS framework suppliers will be exhibiting at the show, providing you with an ideal opportunity to meet them in person, learn about their products and solutions, and even see demonstrations.

Key themes this year are workforce and leadership, corporate and finance, digital and technology, and estates and infrastructure.

Workforce and leadership 

With over 5 million people working in the UK public sector, there is an ever-growing demand to continue to find solutions to recruit and retain experienced staff, develop talent and maximise productivity. Get expert knowledge in human resources, organisational development, effective leadership and more, through key topic areas in the workforce and leadership zone:

    • recruitment and retention
    • cultivating talent
    • overcoming cultural barriers to change
  • agile working

Digital and technology

The show will provide a range of tools and expertise to meet your digital needs across key areas including:

  • digital services
  • digital literacy and skills
  • automation and artificial intelligence
  • data and the cloud
  • cyber security
  • smart cities and the internet of things

Estates and infrastructure

Estates and infrastructure professionals attending the show will find a variety of pioneering solutions and insights on offer including:

  • estates rationalisation
  • housing and planning
  • sustainability
  • digital connectivity
  • transport
  • asset management

Register for free now to save your space.