A warm autumnal hello to all current and future customers.
I hope this finds you well and bedding down in anticipation of the advent of winter and indeed the advent of advent (one of our neighbours has already put up their xmas lights (sigh!)
As ever, we’ve been busy beavering away at all things Public Sector. In order to try to summarise all the exciting things we have to tell you about, this and future newsletter missives will follow the same structure.
Updates (to generally keep you informed of changes to the database and our existing services)
New (as the cunning little title may suggest, this will tell you, well, about new things)
Interesting (we will endeavour to find something to tell you about, give away, or provide a trial of sneaky peak that will in some way enrich your work life)
To that end, and at the risk of being repetitious, here we go…..
Following the completion of the Local Government Councillors update post May elections we have added a category to cover Brexit Leads. These post holders are taking the lead across Local Government to plan around changes resulting from the UK leaving the EU (as and when that may happen)
Following the post September changes we are currently focusing on the MAT structures, parent and child relationships and generally trying to reflect the changing educational landscape.
We have significantly increased the coverage of our Hospital Doctors on the Oscar database. These can now be profiled by both specialism and specialist interests. We are now working on expanding our primary care data and looking at details and updating new NHS structures to include STP/ICS info. More to follow next time on that.
Geo based Data Feeds
Combining our own live database of all Public Service organisations and their management and political post holders with Geographic, ONS, Government and Regulatory data to build bespoke data feeds which identify and provide the right organisations and stakeholders based on any geographical locations or boundaries. Intended to feed into clients existing systems and save hours of desk and telephone research time and the management of multiple disparate datasets.
We have recently published a new funding and structure chart. This shows at a high level the organisations, flow of funding and relationships across the UK Government and Public Services.
No cost for this, just for general edification.Please have a look here
Still with me? – I hope that’s enough to occupy everyone until our next Newsletter in December.
Meantime, keep warm and well!
James and team at Oscar.