Public Sector: The Public Sector Week

London Communications Agency director Luke Blair writes this month's column on change management.

He says public sector bodies need to remember that there is no 'one size fits all' approach to handling the changes coming to them. To read the full column, go to prweek.com/uk

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office's former director of comms Ian Hargreaves will lead a review into the UK's intellectual property system. The six-month review, announced by David Cameron last week, will explore how the system can be changed to drive growth and innovation in the UK's digital media.

Suffolk County Council is interviewing for the role of head of strategic comms, having reduced the salary from £80,000 to a figure within the salary band of £55,000 to £64,000 a year. Previous head Carryl Jackson left her post in May after being on special leave since the beginning of the year.

Tangerine PR in Manchester has launched an outsourced offering for public bodies that have been hit by the Government's spending cuts. Managing director Sandy Lindsay said the agency - which has a PR and social media marketing offering - is in a position to step in and fill the staffing shortfall in public bodies.

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