The 8th International Public Sector Conference took place in Singapore at the One Farrer Hotel on 1 and 2 March. The conference was organised by ACCA with our co-organiser the Singapore Accountancy Commission (SAC) with focus on ‘the digital public sector.
On 26 September 2017 ACCA and the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU held an event: 'Drivers of change for the public sector: Bringing governments closer to citizens and businesses in a digital age through ethics and trust'. Read the event report and watch the highlights.
This report forms part of the ACCA Professional accountants – the future series and focuses exclusively on identifying the 50 drivers of change that are expected to have an impact on the public sector and how professional accountants will need to continue to play a pivotal role in the decade ahead.
Breaking out: public audit’s new role in a post crash world
In this paper, contributors from Scotland to Bhutan are upbeat as they reflect on their role in accountability and improving public services. They also speak about improving public engagement and strengthening scrutiny and public service effectiveness.
How e-business transforms public sector services in the UK
The report examines how the delivery of public services has been transformed by e-business and examines the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead of both central government departments and local councils.
The moment of truth for public services across Europe
The EP Intergroup on public services and the influential daily Europolitics organised a high-level conference called 'Public services in Europe: the moment of truth', at the European Parliament in Brussels. ACCA, represented by Gillian Fawcett, head of public sector, was invited to speak at the roundtable chaired by MEP Francoise Castex, chair of the Intergroup.
Introducing collaboration technology as a multi-dimensional solution to the handover process
Sharon Cannaby, October 2013. This report describes the progress of University Hospitals of Leicester (UHL) in transforming clinical handover on the surgical wards from a disorganised and often frenzied process to one that complies with best clinical practice.
Sharon Cannaby, April 2013. This paper provides an oversight into some of the key issues facing the health sector in Zambia and describes the role professionally qualified accountants can play in delivering the country’s health agenda.