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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.

Map and Directory

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.

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.

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 7000 Articles covering the latest News, Best Practice, Thought Leadership, Reports and Research.

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.


Number of Articles

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

Latest Articles

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Deputy Chair of the Boundary Commission for England appointed

The Lord Chancellor has announced the appointment of The Honourable Mr Justice Swift as Deputy Chair of the Boundary Commission for England The Lord Chancellor has announced the appointment of The Honourable Mr Justice Swift as Deputy Chair of the Boundary Commission for England (BCE).   Mrr Justice Swift is…
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CMA finds fundamental concerns in housebuilding market

The CMA has concluded its housebuilding market study in England, Scotland, and Wales Planning system and the limitations of speculative private development have seen too few homes built. Concerns around estate management charges and the build quality of some new homes. New Competition Act investigation opened into 8 housebuilders following…
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Local leaders to receive £4.7 billion to transform transport across the North and Midlands

Unprecedented transport budget targeted at smaller cities, towns and rural areas will fund projects that matter most to local communities £4.7 billion of reallocated HS2 funding invested directly into the North and Midlands through the Local Transport Fund to improve local connections local leaders in smaller cities, towns…
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New court approach helping get offenders off drugs

Offenders with drug and alcohol problems are being put back on the straight and narrow through a new US-inspired sentencing approach to cut reoffending A pilot of ‘Intensive Supervision Courts’ launched last year in Liverpool, Teesside and Birmingham courts, as part of a tough community sentencing approach to tackle…
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New law to stop thousands of offenders from changing their name in secret

Thousands of offenders on community and suspended sentences will no longer be able to secretly change their name as part of tough new rules to protect the public Offenders on community-based sentences required to report name changes Changes will stop criminals from trying to evade supervision Anyone found breaking the…