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Transition to New Public Spend Forum Website

As you may know, we are now part of the wider Public Spend Forum organisation, led by Raj Sharma and his team in Washington DC.

PSF now has a website here that frankly, is far bigger and better than this one! It incorporates not just regular new articles, thought leadership, and educational material but also a range of networking opportunities – discussion groups, the chance to link with other members and so on.

So we are now in the process of implementing a new approach. Shortly, we will be posting all our new PSF Europe material on that site. For a couple of weeks, we will continue to give you the first paragraph or two here then a link to the β€œnew” site so you can read the rest there. At some point we will stop posting here altogether, but we have not decided whether to keep this site running as a live archive or close it down. Many of our more useful articles form this site have already been copied over to the new site too.

To get access to all the material at the new site you will need to register; it is not onerous and will take literally two minutes. Most of the material there is then free to readers and users. We do hope you will stick with us, and the new approach should give us access to a wider audience, and give readers more benefits too.

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