Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Boilerhouse Blog by Norton Scientific

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Boilerhouse Media will partner eGov Monitor and the Transition Institute in presenting a series of three, webcast, roundtables during Spring 2012. These will explore key issues and challenges around the commissioning of services and establishing new models of delivery that incorporate social value by the public sector.  Register for NewsLetter
Boilerhouse will provide the branding; design, build and host a dedicated website for the series; promote the events through social media, the web and other digital comms; provide the webcasting at each of the three events and capture & disseminate the event content through web-video, audio and print channels.
The Transition Institute is an independent centre for research and collaboration, founded by NESTA and Social Enterprise London, designed to support people and organisations forming new models of public service delivery that maximise social value and innovation. This includes the creation of social enterprises and community interest companies, and the integration of social value within public service delivery through more traditional means.
The architecture of public services in the UK is in transition. This presents an unrivalled opportunity to transform public services for the better. The Transition Institute supports a network of organisations and individuals at the cutting edge of forming new and exceptional public services that deliver real social value.
eGov Monitor- the information daily for senior policy and decision makers from the public as well as the private sector and other key influencers – offers a daily online package of essential reading to senior policy and decision makers; a daily news alert service designed to provide senior managers with insight and analysis of the key issues of the day. A weekly digest is also available for subscribers. eGov Monitor also offers a suit of on & offline eventswhich aim to further the discourse among senior policy makers and key influencers as well as bridge the gap between private and public sector.

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