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54: CIPFA Speaks! Council Tax Special Episode
On this month's episode of CIPFA Speaks! we're focusing on council tax. The government recently released their data on levels of council tax across the country and how it has changed. In addition, CIPFA's annual council tax survey came to a close, finding significant disparities in levels of council tax across England and Wales.
Council tax has been raised across the board as councils struggle with the economic difficulties of the last few years. So, to discuss all things council tax we're joined by CIPFA's Head of Policy, Joanne Pitt and Tracy Bingham, CFO and Strategic Director of Oadby and Wigston Borough Council.
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53: CIPFA Speaks! Public financial management and the financial resilience index
On January's episode of CIPFA Speaks! we introduce CIPFA's new Director of Public Financial Management, Iain Murray. He gives an overview of his career and tells us what sparked his move to CIPFA.
We're also joined by Andy Burns, CIPFA's Associate Director, who discusses CIPFA's financial resilience index. To find out more about the resilience index, visit CIPFA's website.
52: CIPFA Speaks! Anti-corruption and Integrating Care
On this month's episode of CIPFA Speaks! we're joined by John Baker, Independent Anti-Fraud Consultant, and Nieves Zuniga, Research and Evaluation Consultant, who discuss anti-corruption and fraud to celebrate CIPFA's new anti-corruption compendium.
In addition, we hear from CIPFA's Health and Social Care Policy Manager, Ellie Roy, and CIPFA's Associate Director, Andy Burns about CIPFA's new integrating care publication that will be released on Monday 5 December.
To access the anti-corruption compendium or the integrating care publication please visit CIPFA's website.
51: CIPFA Speaks! Celebrating Black History Month 2022
On this special edition of CIPFA Speaks! we hear from black people working across CIPFA and in the public sector.
We spoke with Lorraine Ashley, CIPFA's International Project Coordinator, Peninah Achieng-Kindberg, Senior Finance Business Partner at Ministry of Justice UK and Joe Sealy, Chair of the CIPFA board and Co-founder and COO of Greater Pacific Capital.
Previous episodes of CIPFA Speaks! can be found on our website, or wherever you like to listen. Make sure you follow us on social media for more.
50: CIPFA Speaks! HM Queen Elizabeth II, levelling up and the mini-budget
On this month's episode we are joined by CIPFA CEO Rob Whiteman who reflects on the monumental changes that have recently occurred in the UK.
We also speak with Ian Taylor who authored the report Partnerships in Place: the business of levelling up, the full report can be accessed on the Business in the Community website.
Finally, we are joined by some CIPFA policy experts who give their take on the government's recently announced mini-budget.
CIPFA Speaks! can be found on CIPFA's website or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Remember to follow us on social media for more and so you never miss another episode.