PSNGB

The PSNGB is a trade association for any organisation or individual that provides PSN services to the Public Sector. Its main objective is to bring together the collective strength of suppliers in ways that allow us to change our market place for the better.

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What is PSN and other FAQs

PSN is the trusted, shared infrastructure that connects increasing numbers of organisations delivering public services to each other and to cloud based and hosted services they can use or share. Founded on agreed standards including performance and service, it’s made up of inter-connected commercial networks from many competing suppliers, so ensuring best value.

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PSN Opportunities & Challenges

At the recent Kable Government Computing conference PSNGB asked many customers and suppliers about PSN and the opportunities and challenges they think it brings. See the results here...

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Blog

 

PSN or the Internet?

A question that’s often asked is why use the Public Services Network when the Internet is already there.

(December 12, 2014)

 

So, tell me, what is the point of brakes on a car?

I want to draw attention to cybercrime and the public sector’s increasing appetite to conduct more business and offer more services across the internet.

(October 13, 2014)

 

PSN Delivers Official Information

New security classifications will transport bulk of Government information across PSN

(October 2, 2014)

News

 

Government Computing PSN Webinar, 3rd Oct 2013

Neil Mellor is representing PSNGB on a Government Computing webinar on PSN.

(September 27, 2013)

 

PSN Summit 2014

PSNGB is pleased to confirm that we will once again be the headline partner for the next PSN Summit conference on the 25th June 2014 at the QEII Centre, Westminster.

(September 19, 2013)

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