CBI Productivity in Public Services Summit
24 Jan 2007
Keynote Speaker: Rt. Hon Tony Blair MP, Prime Minister

A strong competitive economy is built on the foundation of first-class public services. Developing such services requires investment and innovative reforms to make sure that users receive the services they want and need. Better partnership working between the public, private and voluntary sectors is releasing greater productivity and encouraging different ways of working to deliver more responsive, better quality services.

Programme
Stephanie Flanders
Economics Editor of BBC Newsnight opens conference

Rt Hon Tony Blair MP, Prime Minister
addresses the CBI Productivity in Public Services Summit in early 2007

Rt Hon Tony Blair MP Prime Minister
question and answer session

Kevin Beeston
Executive Chairman of SERCO introduces Prime Minister Tony Blair

Rt Hon Patricia Hewitt MP
Keynote address: Secretary of State for Health

Rt Hon Patricia Hewitt MP
Question and answer session with Secretary of State for Health

Sir Michael Lyons
Chair of Lyons Inquiry into Local Government

Richard Lambert
Director General of the CBI

Michael O'Higgins
Chairman Audit Commission

Neil Bentley
CBI Director of Public Services gives his summary of the day

Conference reactions

Break out session
Business process re-engineering in the public sector

Break out session
Management exchange between private and public sector