Public Sector

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Papers generated by organisations within the Public Sector

Where will all the assets go?

Public sector staff cuts continue. But little attention has been paid to the now redundant assets. This article explains how, by proactively considering the condition, location and usability of now released assets, public sector organisations can reduce costs and gain greater use of the asset base.

Company: Real Asset Management | Published: 01 April 2014 | Business Area: Business Performance Management

Case study: how Kingston University manages its fixed assets

This white paper analyses how Kingston university manages its fixed assets with a suite of products from RAM, significantly enhancing the way it can record, track, maintain, move, dispose of and report on all inventory and assets in a consistent and compliant way across the organisation.

Company: Real Asset Management | Published: 18 April 2012 | Business Area: Enterprise Accounting Software

The resilience to fraud of the UK public sector

This report considers how well the UK Public Sector protects itself against fraud. It is the most comprehensive report of its type ever undertaken.

Company: PKF | Published: 06 June 2011 | Business Area: Public Sector

Intelligence paper - Recruitment: still on life support?

With several months of flat or rising unemployment, currently standing at around 2.5 million, many of the expectations back in 2009 that the figure would breach the 2 million mark, have not become a reality. This paper looks at how to protect your business and how to successfully adapt to the recession... view abstract

Company: MCR | Published: 02 June 2011 | Business Area: People Costs and Risks

The Resilience to Fraud of Uk plc - Comparing the private, public and voluntary sectors

This Report is the most comprehensive report ever undertaken into the resilience to fraud of UK organisations from across the public, private and voluntary sectors. Fraud is a problem which undermines the stability and financial health of organisations from across the economy. It is not a victimless... view abstract

Company: PKF | Published: 16 May 2011 | Business Area: Risk Management

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The Resilience to Fraud of the Uk Charity Sector

This Report considers how well the UK Charity Sector protects itself against fraud. It is the most comprehensive report of its type ever undertaken. Fraud is a problem which undermines the stability and financial health of organisations across the economy. It is not a victimless crime, but one which... view abstract

Company: PKF | Published: 16 May 2011 | Business Area: Public Sector

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Charity Matters – News and Views for the Charity Sector

If there is an overriding theme for 2011, it is change. The Comprehensive Spending Review will certainly have far-reaching consequences, and its potential impact upon the third sector is being viewed with everything from suspicion to downright alarm. There is no doubt that a majority of organisations... view abstract

Company: PKF | Published: 13 May 2011 | Business Area: Public Sector

Life after the Comprehensive Spending Review: How is the social housing sector shaping up?

In our 2010 report we looked very closely at the effects of the recession on the social housing sector and on how organisations were facing up to the significant economic and legislative challenges ahead of them. This survey looks at how the sector is coping in this testing economic environment and... view abstract

Company: Baker Tilly | Published: 05 April 2011 | Business Area: Public Sector

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