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Untangling the Alphabetti Spaghetti of government comms

Posted on July 4, 2013, in Front page news, GCN, Strategic Communications, with 1 comment

Last week’s first GCN conference of the summer was an opportunity to celebrate some great successes in government communications, and discuss some of the challenges we face over the months and years ahead. I won’t give away too much as.

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Revised form and guidance for communications requests

Posted on July 2, 2013, in Forms, Front page news, GCN, Guidance, with 0 comments

A revised form and comprehensive guidance for all advertising, marketing and communications requests over £100,000 is being introduced. All government departments and arm’s length bodies will be required to use the revised form from Autumn 2013.  Any requests submitted for.

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Tweet this?

Posted on July 1, 2013, in Digital, Front page news, Guest Blog, Guidance, How-to, Working in Government, with 0 comments

A guest blog from Gillian Hudson  - Senior digital campaigns manager at Prime Minister’s Office on using Twitter. “Today, retargeting got me. I was in a meeting and suddenly everyone was talking about retargeting and I didn’t have a clue. Thank goodness.

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Launched: The Government Communications Plan 2013/14

Posted on June 19, 2013, in Annual Comms Plan for Government, Front page news, GCN, with 0 comments

Today we are publishing the Government Communications Plan for 2013/14. It is designed to help government communicators understand what activities we will undertake in 2013/14, and how the government communications landscape will evolve.   It is the route through which.

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THINK! Drink Drive: turning heads with its #publooshocker

Posted on June 14, 2013, in Case study, Digital, Front page news, Guest Blog, PR and Campaigns, with 0 comments

Finding new ways of getting a cynical target audience (young men) engaged in an age old message (drink drive) can be an uphill battle, so with the help of my colleagues on the THINK! campaign team and our agencies I.

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