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This year, government spending will reach £690 billion - 46 per cent of projected GDP Reform in local and central government continues to create opportunities. With over 60 million people now living in the UK, the government will spend an incredible £690 billion on servicing their needs.

Despite these spending increases, the constant development of business processes, people skills and technology is enabling the public sector to deliver on its promise of efficiency gains. The procurement role in government has been central to this.

n Local Government spending will increase to an estimated £188bn as decision making responsibilities for education, security and transport are devolved. Three year settlements now give local authorities the freedom to plan ahead and provide more flexible resources on housing, transport schemes and support to businesses.

Quality, sustainability and value for money are now scrutinised, as procurement hubs and buying consortia are using their collective spending power to secure better, longer term deals. This, in turn, will pass on economies of scale to suppliers and can allow them to plan for sustained growth. Through these successful partnerships, it has been demonstrated that the private sector can continue to offer better value for money in many areas of service provision.

n £74 billion is currently spent on outsourced services with organisations in the private sector, and over the next four years, estimates suggest that this market will reach over £100bn - over 6 per cent of UK GDP. n Increases in central and local government spending on security and environmental initiatives provide more opportunities for the private sector to share its expertise and create circular economies, and more opportunities for citizens to get directly involved in managing and shaping how local services are delivered.

Government Business magazine, and its accompanying website at www.governmenbusiness.co.uk, helps government specifiers and buyers find out about the latest goods and services, the latest business methods and the latest procurement practices that combine to help deliver efficiency gains while better serving citizens and increasing opportunities for all.

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GB assists those whose function is to source goods and services on behalf of the public sector. With a total circulation of 10,345, it is the leading monthly magazine for public sector buyers as it responds rapidly to changes in government policy. This is reflected in content that is highly relevant and up-to-date. Unlike more niche oriented publishers, Government Business reaches the complete decision making team - chief executives, program managers, heads of department and procurement personnel. Magazines are distributed on a courtesy basis by name and designation, which allows specific targetting dependent of the exact content of each issue. This policy ensures that our advertisers are seen in the right place at the right time by the right people. We also publish a number of supplements and special publications that are distributed along with Government Business, and to specially selected readers. This helps to balance reader demand for quality led editorial whilst offering targeted advertising platforms for businesses. Government Business also covers exhibitions, conferences and events that are of particular interest to public sector buyers. Your business presence at this event can be enhanced by inclusion in our previews, which are distributed prior to the event and available free of charge to visitors. As local authorities and central government departments are also responsible for organising many seminars, public events, conferences etc., the magazine and website both contain regular features on destinations and venues in the UK.

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Special web campaigns can be devised that link graphic panels into specific editorial content to ensure that site visitors can get detailed information about the products and services of advertisers at the click of button. Rates for bespoke web advertising packages on application.

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Government Business provides a cost effective way to reach key public sector decision makers EDITOR Angela Pisanu 020 8532 5707 editorial@psigroupltd.co.uk ACTING EDITOR Michael Lyons 020 8532 5711 michael.lyons@psigroupltd.co.uk PRODUCTION CONTROL Sofie Owen 020 8532 5719 sofie.owen@psigroupltd.co.uk PUBLISHER Kelly Scott 020 8532 5731 kelly.scott@psigroupltd.co.uk SUPERVISOR Kylie Glover 020 8532 5742 kylie.glover@psigroupltd.co.uk PRODUCTION EDITOR Richard Gooding 020 8532 5708 richard.gooding@psigroupltd.co.uk PRODUCTION DESIGNERS Jo Golding 020 8532 5709 joanna.golding@psigroupltd.co.uk Jacqueline Lawford 020 8532 5709 jacqueline.lawford@psigroupltd.co.uk

POSITION

RATE

Outside Back Cover

£3,950

Inside Front / Back

£3,695

10% to recognised agencies

Double Page Spread

£5,395

SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES

Full Page

£3,395

Half Page

£2,295

Quarter Page

£1,395

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS 25-30% off for series bookings

AGENCY COMMISSION

Standard Package – £13,495 Section Sponsorship – £4,595 Details upon request

COMPANY CASE STUDY

Product Profile (200 words)

£540

Full page advertisement plus Full page editorial – Standard rates plus 15%

For more information please call GB on 020 8532 0055 or visit the website www.governmentbusiness.co.uk Public Sector Information Limited, 226 High Road, Loughton Essex IG10 1ET. Tel 020 8532 0055 Fax 020 8532 0066


The Government Business website provides an instant way to reach key public sector personnel POSITION (sizes are in pixels)

RATE (PCM)

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS 25-30% off for series bookings

728 x 90 Leaderboard

£2,995

AGENCY COMMISSION 10% to recognised agencies 970 x 250 Billboard (top of site) PACKAGE DETAILS - The packages listed opposite include an 800 word company profile that details the services of the advertiser, and includes full contact details/hyperlink/ directory inclusion. Company profiles are positioned to appear on appropriate sections related to the business nature of the advertiser. For your advertisements to appear on the front page of the site, there is a premium of £500 per month. COPY TYPES - Flash, gif or jpg. If hosted on our servers, file sizes must not exceed 300KB. CUSTOM CODE - Custom code, such as provided by web advertising services such as Doubleclick, is accepted only after testing. Examples must be supplied three days prior to the commencement of the campaign.

£4,995

SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES 300 x 250 MPU

£2,995

120 x 600 Skyscraper

£2,995

120 x 90 Button

£1,495

Standard Package – £11,500 Section Sponsorship – £3,995 Details upon request

COMPANY CASE STUDY Editorial feature containing 800 words of copy plus image or logo - £3,395

For more information please call GB on 020 8532 0055 or visit the website www.governmentbusiness.co.uk Public Sector Information Limited, 226 High Road, Loughton Essex IG10 1ET. Tel 020 8532 0055 Fax 020 8532 0066

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