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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

Find a Supplier

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.


Number of Suppliers

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.

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Record NHS funding to give patients a better alternative to hospital

New funding for primary and community healthcare by 2023/4 under the NHS Long Term Plan More NHS patients will be cared for at home and in their community to avoid them going into or staying in hospital unnecessarily, Theresa May announced today. Ahead of a visit to a north London…
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Amanda Spielman at the 2018 AoC Annual Conference

Ofsted's Chief Inspector discussed Level 2 study programmes and the 2019 Education Inspection Framework at the Association of Colleges annual conference It’s really good to be back. Thank you. I do appreciate you all still being here at the end of what I’ve no doubt has been a…
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Schools urged to work together to continue raising standards

In a speech to school leaders, Lord Agnew says they should have freedom to make the right decisions for their schools Lord Agnew Academies Minister Lord Agnew today urged schools in England to work together to achieve more than they can on their own. In a speech to teachers, school…
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Reviewing inter-subject comparability

Considering inter-subject comparability for science and language A levels Subject experts have a shared concern that A level entries in French, German and Spanish and physics, chemistry and biology could be suppressed if students and teachers believe it is harder to achieve top grades in these subjects compared to others…
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'Opportunities Through Apprenticeships' project is launched

New scheme to boost access to apprenticeships in disadvantaged areas is launched A new initiative to increase the number of people from disadvantaged communities taking up high-quality apprenticeships opportunities has been launched today. Four local authorities - Portsmouth, Nottingham, South Tyneside and Torbay - have all signed up to take…