UK unveils government shared services model
The UK Cabinet Office has released guidelines on how central government departments could steer the move to shared services to bring about cost savings. The report entitled "Shared Services: a Strategic Vision", the Cabinet Office called for a standardisation of back-office services and functions to cut the estimated £2.5 billion (US$4 billion) spend on HR, finance and procurement in Whitehall last year.
According to the document, the Department for Work and Pensions, the Home Office a...
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