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Dods

Dods is a political information, publishing, events and communications business operating in both the UK and Europe. Dods produces a wide variety of events which facilitate face-to-face engagement, sharing best practice and shaping and delivering policy. These include policy conferences, award ceremonies and bespoke strategic platforms to bring policy-makers and stakeholders together in an environment that allows deliberation, dialogue and collaboration.

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Westminster Briefing

Westminster Briefing is part of Dods Parliamentary Communications, Europe’s leading political information, public affairs and policy communication specialist. Established in 2003, Westminster Briefing runs half-day and full-day events covering all areas of public policy, from education to health and criminal justice. Our briefings are aimed at providing delegates with an understanding of the practical implications of legislative changes and policy interventions. We attract leading figures from the Government, the wider public sector and industry to speak at our events, which are attended by a mix of policy.

Civil Service World

Providing authoritative, high-quality journalism to the civil service and national politicians, Civil Service World is the only independent professional publication available to every senior civil servant in the UK. The brand’s success is based both on our unique access to top Whitehall officials, and the trust we’ve built up across government.

For ten years, we’ve worked to keep civil servants informed about what’s happening across government: the people, agendas, policies and reforms that – for good or ill – affect your working life. And until this summer we did so in a fortnightly tabloid, full of interviews, features, opinions and news examining contemporary topics across UK government.

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PublicTechnology.net

Covers the latest in Cloud computing, big data, shared services, procurements, policy and legislation, PublicTechnology provides the top opinions and interviews with key local and central government figures, CIOs, healthcare and education professionals, and policy makers.

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The House Magazine

The House, Parliament's very own magazine delivered to every MP and peer directly, includes columns, diaries and reviews from MPs and peers.

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