May 2016

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May 2016

EU Report: CIPFA released a report, analysing the benefits and drawbacks of EU membership on the UK's public services
Guardian, Public Sector Executive, the MJ 

More Medicine Needed: CIPFA released a report, revealing that the NHS faced a £10bn-per-year deficit by 2020, unless its financial management was adjusted.
The Guardian, Sky News, The Express and The Sunday Times    

CIPFA updates the IPSAS qualification: CIPFA launched its updated International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) qualification at the Financial Reporting for Economic Development Conference in Malaysia. 
Nam News Network,, Public Finance International and PQ Magazine 

CIPFA launches a new anti-bribery certification: CIPFA launched the new anti-bribery certification in partnership with City of London Police's Economic Crime Academy.
Public Finance, Accountancy Age

Whole of Government Accounts: CIPFA's chief executive, Rob Whiteman, commented on the Whole of Government Accounts, which was published at the end of May.
The Telegraph, The Times and Public Finance

Devolved Governments agendas: In the run up to the government elections, CIPFA released a series of agendas, offering advice to the incoming governments in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
BBC News, Public Finance, BBC Northern Ireland