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Institute for Government
Formation 2008
Type Think tank
Headquarters 2 Carlton Gardens, London, SW1Y 5AA
Location
Director
Bronwen Maddox
Website www.instituteforgovernment.org.uk

A panel discussion at the Institute for Government in 2011.

The Institute for Government (IfG[1]) is a UK independent think tank which aims to improve government effectiveness through research and analysis, it was founded as a charity in 2008.[2] It was initially funded with approximately £15 million by the Gatsby Charitable Foundation, at the instigation of Lord Sainsbury.[3] Its first director was David Halpern, until his move to the Behavioural Insights Team in 2010.

The Institute's stated aims are to engage with Members of Parliament and top UK civil servants by:

  • supporting the development and skills of senior public servants, politicians and political advisors
  • conducting and funding research on public administration and government
  • providing 'thought leadership' on effective government through publications, seminars and events.

Bronwen Maddox took over as Director of the Institute for Government from Peter Riddell in September 2016. For the previous five and a half years she had been the Editor and Chief Executive of current affairs and culture magazine Prospect.[4] Previously Maddox had spent 14 years at The Times as Chief Foreign Commentator, Foreign Editor, and US Editor and Washington Bureau Chief, and had worked at the Financial Times, investigating Robert Maxwell.

On 4 November 2010, the charity was named Think Tank of the Year in Prospect Magazine's annual awards[5].

The Institute is based at 2 Carlton Gardens in central London.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About us - IfG in the News". Institute for Government:. Retrieved 9 June 2018.
  2. ^ Charity Commission. Institute for Government, registered charity no. 1123926.
  3. ^ Alice Thomson and Rachel Sylvester (18 July 2009). "Lord Sainsbury turns back on Labour to help David Cameron win power". The Times. London. Retrieved 9 October 2009.
  4. ^ "Bronwen Maddox". World Economic Forum. Retrieved 5 March 2018.
  5. ^ "Think Tank of the Year Awards—the winners". Prospect. 5 November 2010. Retrieved 5 March 2018.

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