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After the government allegedly exceeded its own target to save £21.5bn from its last efficiency drive – the ‘Gershon’ programme 2004-7 – and actually save £26bn, you would think there is little left for the National Audit Office to do. … Continue reading
from the FT – By Nicholas Timmins Published: March 10 2009 00:39 | Last updated: March 10 2009 00:39
Are we about to enter a new era of public management? There are good reasons to think that this may be the case.
One the NAO’s latest reports points to a small but significant area of inefficiency in Whitehall – recruitment: