1. Introduction from the SIG Chair and contents list, Governance SIG Spring newsletter 2016

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Posted by APM on 4th May 2016

1. Introduction from the SIG Chair

Welcome to this Spring 2016 newsletter.  I hope that you have had a successful year to date and are looking forward to spring and summer weather returning.  As before please do persuade your colleagues to join the SIG so they can get a copy of this newsletter and advice of events – contact sergio.gallego-schmid@apm.org.uk

During the early part of 2016 we have been busy hosting a great event, progressing two of our guides which will be published this year and kicking off updates to our other two guides.

Martin Samphire

The focus for this year will be overwhelmingly upon developing our good practice guides and sharing good governance practice at events and at our annual conference on 6th October – please note the date in your diaries.

In this edition we feature some serious and some light hearted articles:

Governance SIG Spring newsletter 2016 - Contents list

1. Introduction from the SIG Chair
2. You Can Help Drive Good Governance
3. 2016 Governance conference - 6th October
4. "Keeping collaborative arrangements in focus and on course" A case study of the rebuilding of London Bridge station (Thameslink) - 10th February 2016
5. NAO Briefing Note for Public Accounts Committee
6. Dear Santa... so sorry (an update post 25th December)
7. Governance of Northern Powerhouse Rail (NPR, was HS3)
8. National Infrastructure Delivery Plan - March 2016
9. Publications
10. APM Presents: 17th March 2016
11. Around the World of Governance
12. One Thing to Think About: Put benefits in the hands of the CFO
13. GovSIG - What's On?

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