Those organisations that get the most out their public affairs work are those who seek out the opportunities to get involved.
The NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract has often been hailed as the 'construction contract of the future'.
A further incentive for Tory revolt has arrived today in the form of the European Court of Justice's decision to take the UK to task over restrictions imposed on European nationals claiming benefits in the UK.
Although both the law surrounding human rights and the use of judicial review to uphold it have grown exponentially in the UK in recent times, there are still plenty of jurisdictions where even fundamental principles of justice are not respected with any consistency.
Many governments continue to struggle with the lack of growth in the economy.
One of the consequences of the economic downturn is that government has lost faith in itself.
The PPP Operational Guidelines for mainland Tanzania dated October 2012 provide detailed information regarding the implementation of PPP projects, essentially the implementation tool of the Framework.
Care home providers are often at the mercy of local authorities as to price and price review for residential care.
Deloitte collaborated with the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, the lead organization responsible for coordinating humanitarian emergency response, to strengthen humanitarian leadership.
When the Coalition Government came to office there was a good deal of head scratching by politicians, commentators and lobbyists alike about what this new, for Westminster, style of government would mean.
In its January 2012 Consultation the Government assumed schemes were legally obliged to equalise GMPs accrued in defined benefit schemes between 17 May 1990 and 5 April 1997 when contracting-out on the GMP basis ceased.
Today's entry reports on the launch of the Planning Inspectorate's Consents Service Unit.
Today's entry reports that the Growth and Infrastructure Bill has finally completed its passage through Parliament and will become the Growth and Infrastructure Act 2013 today.
The news that some of Silicon Valley's biggest names have come together to form a political action group highlights the potential dangers of simply throwing money at a problem.
Leveson LJ's Report on Part 1 of the Inquiry was published on 29.11.12. It's 2,000 pages with a 48-page executive summary are widely available online along with potted summaries.
In March of last year, the courts held that a hospital trust's conduct to its contractor was so unreasonable that it was in breach of the express duty to act in good faith in their contract.
The Chancellor’s Budget statement has confirmed a number of changes to the UK pensions system.
The Government has to find a new way to pay for our roads. Although the motorist pays more than is spent on our roads, the revenue from fuel duty and vehicle excise duty (VED) is falling every year.
The Highways Agency (HA) is consulting on an update to their policies on reacting to development proposals that are put to them.
The Government’s new approach to consultation has received mixed reviews.