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Public Services Forum: the first five years

The Cabinet Office has published a report of the first five years of the Public Services Forum (PSF).  The PSF was formed in 2003 to improve dialogue between government, trade unions and public sevice employers, and it supports and encourages principles of partnership, workforce involvement and public service improvement.  The PSF's core objective is to deliver excellent public services for all by bringing together public service employers with trade unions and government to work collectively on workforce issues, recognising the vital role that the workforce plays in delivering public services reform.  This report sets out the forum's achievements over the last five years, and its plans to continuing to make a difference in the future.