Securing value for money in public services

Ensuring value for money in our public services has never been more important. As the country approaches the General Election, the prospect for the next Government will remain one of hard choices and fiscal restraint. What lessons can be drawn from recent reforms in public service administration? Where are the opportunities to deliver better for less? The National Audit Office publishes 60 reports a year looking at the value for money of public spending, ranging from the financial sustainability of local services and welfare reform to contract management and the Olympic Games.

Reform is delighted that Sir Amyas Morse KCB, the Comptroller and Auditor General, has agreed to present an exclusive review of the lessons learned from National Audit Office’s work on public administration over this and previous Parliament. Reform will bring together a group of high-level guests from across the public, private and third sectors. There will be an opportunity for questions following the speech.

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0207 799 6699

17 March 2015
12.30 - 13.30