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GPSJ targets director level decision makers in the Government & Public Sector and has done since 1999, it has acquired a reputation for featuring the latest news and issues to affect the public sector. Prime Ministers to Chief Constables have all been regular contributors to the journal and we have partnered many leading public sector and government conferences and exhibitions over the years.

The Journal is available for download online as well as the print version that is distributed to named readers – it has a combined readership per quarter of over 16,000 professionals in the following areas:

Local Authorities, Councils, NHS Health Trusts, Universities and Colleges, Politicians and Government Ministers, Government Offices & Agencies, Rescue & Emergency Services, MoD, Prison Service, Transport Authorities, Research Establishments, NGO’s, Private Sector Organisations and Private Contractors such as Mechanical & Electrical contractors, Architects, Quantity Surveyors, Structural Engineers, Building & Maintenance contractors, Product & Service Providers etc.

Named readers of the journal include; Chief Executives, Executives, Senior Managers, Managers, Local Government Officers, Architects, Building Contractors, Designers, Project Managers, Planning Officers, IT Managers, Procurement Officers, Buyers & Specifiers, Company Directors, consultants, Contract & Site Managers, Engineer’s and more, all working for and in the above Public sectors.

The journal circulates to various departments in the these sectors including, Architects, Planning, IT, Waste & Environment, Highways, Engineering, Traffic Control, Parking, Technical Services, Education, Leisure & Amenities, Parks, Social Services, Cleaning, Housing, Property Maintenance, Estates Departments, Building Services, Museums & Gallery’s, Transport Services, Lighting, Acquisitions, Emergency Planning, Press Offices and more.

Circulation is UK wide, England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland. There is also a small international circulation.

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