The root to all reform
After the impact of the coronavirus and the cost of living squeeze, government finances are under unprecedented pressure. As a result, many governments are having
After the impact of the coronavirus and the cost of living squeeze, government finances are under unprecedented pressure. As a result, many governments are having to slow increases in public spending and limit pay deals for civil servants.
At the same time, public finance – and the finance ministries that hold the purse strings – are vital to help unlock the government of the future. Often, civil servants involved in transformation report frustration with how government finance ministries fund projects, with short budget cycles, complicated approval; processes and a need to specific the output at the outset often hindering more agile approaches.
This webinar will look at how the finance ministries of government can become the catalysers of innovation. It will look at the way governments currently fund government services to look at whether there are ways to improve the allocation of funding for innovation, and how the structures of government can be reviewed and renewed to encourage the use of agile approaches in all areas.
Join this webinar to find out:
The best approaches for funding transformation and innovation projects in government The changes to public finance and accounting rules that could open up more innovation in public services The difficulties to reforming public services at the same time as continuing to provide them – and how they could be addressed.
(Thursday) 13:30 - 14:45 View in my time