Greening public services and the botched bonfire of the quangos

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Trewin Restorick argues there is huge potential for cutting costs across the public sector through simple efficiency measures

2011 will be a tricky time for civil servants. They will have to deal with budget cuts, greater demands on services and demands to rethink their delivery model so that it better involves local communities....

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