Involve, Influence, Inspire
iNetwork’s vision is to help local public service organisations to “collaborate to innovate” and thereby provide effective support for their users, patients and communities.
A large number of councils, police, fire, health, housing and voluntary sector organisations across the North and Midlands are members of iNetwork. In addition we run national programmes for Government and host the local government information standards organisation, iStandUK.
For a full introduction to iNetwork, our innovation programmes and services, please see our annual support brochure.
Towards standardised geospatial data for local public services: review of the March 2017 UPRN Steering Group Workshop
On 29 March 2017 iNetwork hosted a UPRN in health steering group workshop in conjunction with Ordnance Survey (OS). The session was held in Manchester and attended by 40 colleagues from a broad range of local public service organisations.Delegates were welcomed by...read more
We spoke to University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay about the progress of the Information Sharing Gateway in 2017
At the beginning of 2017, we thought it would be a good idea to catch up with the Information Sharing Gateway team at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay (UHMB) to find out how the project was getting on. After winning the 2015 iNetwork Innovation Award for...read more
On 22 March iNetwork hosted a seminar session in Trafford with our partners, and 2016 Innovation Award winners, STaR Procurement titled: “Stopping the Cheats in Public Procurement”. We invited 25 procurement professionals from across the iNetwork...read more
A facilitative network which aims to support local public service organisations to deliver innovative solutions that meet the needs of customers, patients and communities, in the context of the reform of public services and the pressure on resources
EISS supports public sector and not-for-profit organisations to share information with each other and their partners in a safe, secure manner to enable better and more cost-effective service delivery for citizens and communities.
The Connected Procurement Programme helps colleagues across iNetwork to collaborate more effectively, appreciate tools such as SpendPro and the support capabilities of YPO, interpret new legislation and engage with Government.
John Ryan, longstanding Chair of the IAPS Network Leadership Group (NLG) and friend of iNetwork has decided to step down from his position. John had some warm words to say upon his resignation from the group: ” I must say I have been very proud to have...read more
Local Authority and Housing Association colleagues are invited to take part in a new study which is set to enhance our understanding of neighbourhood service provision. Among numerous key findings that will benefit service providers and residents alike, the study will...read more