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What is PSN?

The Public Sector Network (PSN) is largest free platform for Public Sector News, Data and Information in the UK.

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PSN covers every Public Sector and Service organisation with detailed contact, demographic and structural data accessible our unique directory and mapping system. Used by thousands of Public Sector workers for reference, communication and collaberative working. Start Searching here

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PSN providers a platform for Public Sector suppliers to showcase their services and a resource for Commissioners and Buyers to find service providers and invite them to tender for work or contact directly to request a quote or order. Find a Supplier Here

Article Hub

PSN allows members to Publish articles and content and provide exposure to all users. Our editorial team add daily content and have produced over 6000 Articles covering the latest News, Best Practice, Thought Leadership, Reports and Research. Please see the Article Hub

Event Calendar

PSN features a Live Calendar of forthcoming Conferences, Seminars, Webinars and Shows. Registered members can Add, Publish and Manage Events they are running or involved with for free

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Registered Public Service Employees

If you work for a Public Service organisation that is covered on PSN, you can sign up to the network and become a registered member for free.


Number of Organisations Covered

Every Public Sector Body is covered on PSN. From Parish Councils to Government Departments, plus those providng Public Services like Care Homes and Housing Associations.


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PSN Suppliers are featured in our supplier directory and receive weekly alerts for the latest tender requirements as well as unlimited event postings.


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Articles are contributed by our own Editorial Team and by our registered Public Sector members.

Latest Articles

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Colleges to receive £1.8m to boost to help raise standards

Apprenticeship and Skills Minister Anne Milton announces the second round of colleges to receive funding from the Strategic College Improvement Fund Thirteen colleges across England will receive funding totalling £1.8 million to help drive up standards, Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Anne Milton announced today (Wednesday 20 March). Successful…
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Brokenshire announces funding boost for homeless veterans

Veterans who have become homeless, or at risk of it, will be supported through an extra £1 million boost • Communities Secretary announces £1 million fund to boost support for vulnerable veterans• Investment for eleven local areas to fund access to housing advice or mental health support, reducing…
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Government pledge to ‘beat the cheats’ at university

The Education Secretary Damian Hinds is calling on online platforms to help tackle the use of essay writing services used by students at university Online giants, including PayPal, have been called out by the Education Secretary to stop promoting and facilitating access to essay writing services, as the government signals…
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Troubled Families

Speech by Communities Secretary Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP Introduction Thanks, Andy [Cook]. I too would like to pay tribute to the work of the CSJ, the Centre for Social Justice. Through you and your founder Iain Duncan Smith you have provided powerful leadership on the issues of poverty and…
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Keith Williams: a railway with today's and tomorrow's passengers at its heart is the future

Moving to a customer focused railway won’t be easy and trade-offs will be unavoidable Keith Williams Trade-offs and tough choices will be an essential part of the move to creating a more customer-centric railway, the head of the government rail review has said. Keith Williams, who was speaking at…