Gail Le Coz, chief executive of the Institutional Money Market Funds Association, explains the risks and benefits of investing in money market funds

Elaine Gibson, senior policy officer, the Institute of Payroll Professionals examines the key aspects of the Chancellor’s spending review and how they are likely to impact payroll departments

Local and national government professionals had the opportunity to get up to speed on the latest issues facing the public sector at the recent Public Sector Credit Conference

Unpaid debt, such as council tax and rent, is a growing problem and local authorities are bearing the brunt of it, says Kerry Walsh, head of Training & Events, Institute of Credit Management

There is now a real opportunity for outsourcing to revitalise the public sector and play a leading role in improving efficiency, argues the National Outsourcing Association

Joanne Segars, chief executive of the National Association of Pension Funds, discusses the call to reform public sector pensions

Payments – where building more efficient government does mean delivering better services

Mandy Bretherton, treasury management expert at the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy, advises on investment strategy in the wake of the collapse of the Icelandic banks

Gilles Coccoli of PrePay Solutions looks at the potential efficiency gains of using prepaid cards in public sector organisations

Credit Today’s Public Sector Credit Conference offers an unparalleled opportunity for public sector professionals and credit industry representatives to gain insight into how both sectors can work together successfully

A successful strategy for recovering government debt will require an effective coalition with the private sector, writes Peter Wordsworth, chief executive, Fairfax Solicitors

Peter Hurst, chief executive of CIFAS, explains how the organisation's fraud prevention data sharing scheme can help reduce fraud losses across all sectors

The Credit Services Association and Debt Buyers and Sellers Group annual conference is designed to cover all aspects of the collection and debt sale and purchase arena

The Institute of Credit Management is travelling the country with a series of roadshows to bring its members the best advice in credit management

With fraud on council tax alone now estimated in excess of £200million per annum, the public sector needs to understand and tackle this threat