Insourcing is a growing phenomenon with councils of all political persuasions viewing insourcing as a viable means for service delivery. The need for further information and sharing of best practice on insourcing has been heightened by recent high profile contractor collapses and the threat of more to come.
This highly interactive event will share the findings of the latest research on insourcing and its drivers; being efficiency, greater service integration and de-risking service delivery from poor quality contracted out arrangements. Service quality remains a fundamental reasons why councils are insourcing, alongside greater use of their resources and a need to generate new sources of income through commercialisation.
Paul O’Brien, Chief Executive, APSE
Mo Baines, Head of Communication and Coordination, APSE
David Kilduff, Partner, Head of Energy, Infrastructure & Government, Walker Morris
George Eleftheriou, Assistant Director for Property and FM Services, Oxfordshire County Council
Paul Murphy, Chief Accountant, and Mike Brown, Chief Operating Officer, Liverpool Streetscene Services Ltd
Steve Wilson, Operations Director, UNITAS and Carl Brazier, Director of housing and customer services,UNITAS / Stoke-on-Trent City Council
Paul Wright, Enterprise, Community & Resources Directorate and Chris Patino, Halton Borough Council