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Public sector employees offered free access to NOA Symposium
The National Outsourcing Association (NOA) is offering an unlimited number of free places at the NOA Symposium 2016 for employees of public sector organisations.
The move comes as part of the NOA’s drive to enhance public sector outsourcing and will offer attendees access to a diverse range of international outsourcing world-leaders as part of the UK’s largest outsourcing conference.
The Symposium takes placed on 22 June at St Paul's, London and public sector employees are encouraged to register online for free access.
Kerry Hallard, CEO of the NOA, commented: “We made great strides improving the awareness of techniques to achieve outsourcing best practice at our inaugural Public Sector Day, and now is the perfect time to push forward and prepare the government’s commercial managers for the future.
“Our public sector is highly encouraged to join us and discover which technologies, standards and skills are becoming essential to buyers of outsourcing that want to thrive in the new outsourcing ecosystem. The NOA is here to help – we’re doing everything within our power to support the public sector, ensure it gets the utmost from its outsourcing and help it gain positive recognition.”