The Public Sector Digest is a monthly digital and print publication written to advance the managerial capacity of the public sector. Our research activities and content, including articles, case studies, and white papers, focus exclusively on topics pertinent to current and future executives across all government levels and disciplines, including:
- Corporate Strategy
- Economics & Finance
- Infrastructure & Asset Management
- Planning & Development
- Politics & Policy
We publish 12 times per year, with four quarterly themed print editions. For 2016, the themes we selected are:
- Q1 Disruptive Leadership
- Q2 Open Government
- Q3 Innovation in Finance
- Q4 Your Future City
Our primary audience is the senior government executive, especially chief administrative officers and department heads in local governments, and senior provincial/state & federal bureaucrats. Given the organization-wide access availed to members, general staff and elected officials also form an integral part of our readership. The Digest also serves as market intelligence for private sector firms with a vested financial interest in the public sector, and as an academic resource for graduate students in major research universities.
In total, the Digest has a digital readership of 140,000. Below are readership breakdowns by management level and geographic locations.
Readership by management level (%)
Readership by REGION (%)
Public Sector Digest is published monthly in digital format, and quarterly in print (12 issues per year in total). Issues are published on the 15th of each month, with the exception of dates falling on a weekend. The full PDF version of each issue can be downloaded from our website. Many clients also place the Digest on their organizational intranet as a management resource. Ad space is available in both the digital and print version of the publication, as well on the PSD website and in the monthly PSD email newswire. Ad and case study space can also be booked in Conference Reviews completed by PSD for major public sector conferences across North America.