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Government Office for the East Midlands (GOEM) works with regional partners to improve the economic performance of the region. This includes working with the east midlands development agency, towards Government’s economic policy objectives. including improving the skills of the region's workforce and facilitating work in enterprise.

Government Offices (GOs) work with Government departments and other partners to strengthen the economy in every region, working to reduce the gap in economic growth rates between the regions and ensure all regions are in the best position to recover from the economic downturn. More information on the national picture

We work with many regional partners to deliver improvements in regional economic performance, including:

  • East Midlands Development Agency (emda)
  • Local Authorities
  • Young People's Learning Agency
  • Learning and Skills Council
  • Job Centre Plus
  • Business Link East Midlands

We work on behalf of  Her Majesty’s Treasury, Communities and Local Government,  Department for Work and Pensions and the Department for Business Innovation and Skills to  deliver Government policies. Needs differ across the region.  We work closely with emda to achieve the targets set in the Regional Economic Strategy and with the Regional Assembly, who have the task of scrutinising emda’s work in the region.

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Economy Jobs and Skills
Government Office East Midlands
The Belgrave Centre
Stanley Place
Talbot Street

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