PUBLIC SERVANTS OF THE YEAR AWARDS - The Golden touch - Christine Golden, the Outstanding Public Servant of the Year, used her initiative to save the Inland Revenue millions of pounds
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Public finance : the business monthly of the public sector. - London : Public Finance, ISSN 1352-9250, ZDB-ID 11697313. - 2003 (16.05.), p. 28-31
On yer bike? Will you still need me when I'm 65? No, is the answer from many public sector bodies, which have assiduously applied the default retirement age. But 60-somethings and equality campaigners are fighting back
Arkin, Anat, (2008)
FEATURES - Better out than in? - Is there a future for outsourcing? Recent government contract debacles would indicate no. But on the other hand, it looks a good option for public bodies trying to provide services in a recession. PF convended a panel of experts to debate the issues.
Arkin, Anat, (2009)
For a few coppers more? - The Metropolitan Police is undergoing its biggest transformation since the first peelers started pounding the beat in 1829. Commissioner Sir John Stevens talks about the chief challenges facing the force in the wake of the Macpherson report
Arkin, Anat, (2000)
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