The industry representative group for the Public Services Network is rebranding itself in order to campaign on wider issues relating to information services in the public sector.
PSNGB will rebrand as Innopsis from today, and will focus on improving standards of information sharing and work with the Crown Commercial Service to help the network supplier market thrive.
Phil Gibson, chairman and policy director at Innopsis (pictured), said the move was partly in response to the fact that all local authorities are now compliant with the PSN standards.
“A chef can’t manage a kitchen without gas and water. We now have those in the form of the PSN, but now we need to get to the next stage.
“We have got to embrace mobile and the internet and the links into PSN from a much wider range of stakeholders – not just health but the third sector and voluntary sector.”