|Full name||Philip Cunliffe|
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing, Editing, Sub-editing|
|Last updated||28-09-2011 18:09|
Philip Cunliffe is a professional writer and editor. From 1994 until May 2002, he was part of PSI, one the UK’s leading providers of information media to the UK government sector, latterly as its Group Editor. As well as overseeing the editorial content of all the Group’s magazines and periodicals, Philip was the Editor of The PFI Journal, Overview and Estates & FM in the NHS. He helped establish both The PFI Journal and Overview and was instrumental in maintaining their positions as the leading publications in the market. Since his departure from PSI, Philip has continued to be a regular writer and commentator on all aspects of government activity and is a well-known figure in both government and industry circles.
He was a member of the Editorial Board of GC Forum, the magazine for the government procurement published by the Office of Government Commerce (an agency of Her Majesty’s Treasury). Philip has also been the editor of PSBS News, the Public Sector Benchmarking Service’s quarterly magazine, since its inception, as well as the editor of the Global Benchmarking Forum’s inaugural annual review and managing editor of electronic government magazine. Most recently, Philip wrote a 100-page guide to government procurement for a series of lectures on “Successful Selling to the Public Sector”.
Until 1994, Philip spent 10 years at the BBC in a variety of roles which included working on the in-house magazine Ariel. He is a member of the National Union of Journalists