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The Public Sector Show is the UK’s largest show dedicated to helping public sector professionals, policy makers and budget holders deliver improved outcomes through better strategic planning, digital innovation and enhancing workforce capacity.

Register interest in 2017 show

Speakers confirmed for 2017

Kevin Cunnington
Director General
Government Digital Service (CONFIRMED)
Rupert McNeil
Chief People Officer
UK Civil Service (CONFIRMED)
Tom Walker
Cities and Local Growth Unit (CONFIRMED)
Sue Owen
Permanent Secretary and Civil Service Diversity Champion
Department for Culture, Media and Sport (CONFIRMED)
Sir Amyas Morse
Comptroller and Auditor General
National Audit Office (CONFIRMED)
Jo Farrar
Director General for Local Government and Public Services
Department for Communities and Local Government (CONFIRMED)

Past speaker organisations included:

The need for change is far greater than ever, the referendum result has really challenged and forced the public sector to focus on better outcomes for users, redefining the relationship between the citizen and the state to achieve true transformation.

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With more commercial mind-sets, effective partnerships and sustainable operating models, fundamental change and innovative approaches to service transformation become possible.

Join senior decision makers, policy leaders and budget holders from across central and local government, along with their delivery partners and suppliers who are all looking to contribute to the debate. A debate on delivering a better future for a public sector that provides the capacity, capability and accountability suitable for modern government.

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Past exhibiting organisations include:

The Public Sector Show will take place next year on 27th June 2017 at ExCel, London and offers those involved:


 – 2000+ public sector leaders and decision makers


 – The broadest range of public sector delegates, including government, executive agencies, local authorities and supporting organisations 


 – Over 150 key suppliers offering a range of services and solutions across the whole sector


 – Over 30 hours of content contributing to 8 hours of CPD, all delivered by specialists, experts and the most senior leadership in the public sector


 – Best practice seminars examining specialist areas of service transformation including: financial management, workforce capacity and capability, digital services and data analytics  

Join the programme on creating new means of delivering services, supporting better ways of working and creating more commercial, collaborative and innovative cultures. Producing the better outcomes for the public that are the policies and thought leadership in government today.

Working in partnership with our 2016 show partner, Canon, we were able to engage with the delegates in a manner which helped shape important issues, offer guidance, networking and information to drive Canon’s work forward. You can see this in a special video we commissioned capturing the atmosphere of the show.


Excellent structure and organisation - easy to meet people
Central Government Delegate
“Successful exhibition for us, a couple of members of the team were very happy and surprised with the number of leads / positive conversations we came away with"
ISS Facilities
I was able to get information from other Local Authorities on improvements they had made to their services which gave me ideas to bring back to my own service
Local Authority Delegate
The way it was organised, the way we were able to select a programme builder - very slick
Police Representative
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    The Public Sector Show 2017 takes place on Tuesday 27th June at ExCeL, London.

    The conference, seminars and exhibition are all FREE to attend for public and third sector employees.

    Opening Times: Tuesday 27th June 2017 – 9.00am – 16:30

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