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Agency extends Carbon Saving Scheme

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The Government’s Highways Agency has announced that they will be extending the Carbon Saving Scheme to the M1 in Bedfordshire.... (Continue reading)

Welsh Minister urges councils to sign for waste


Welsh Government Environment Minister John Griffiths is urging local authorities in Wales to take advantage of a new package of... (Continue reading)

Councils should adopt a more collaborative approach


Ofsted’s new report – ‘An evaluation of approaches to commissioning young people’s services’ – has found, local authorities are not... (Continue reading)

Design Council Cabe backing RIBA


New reports state that the Design Council Cabe backs efforts by the new RIBA president to reform public sector procurement.... (Continue reading)

Schools projects may face procurement issues


According to media reports, partnerships set up by contractors and councils specifically to build schools could face obstacles to winning... (Continue reading)

Council’s ‘disgraceful’ spend on IT


According to media reports the Liberal Democrats claim Haringey Council have failed to seek value for money by taking up... (Continue reading)

Watford Council spends on money-saving consultant


Watford Borough Council has spent around £100,000 on consultancy work to find out how to better save money. In order... (Continue reading)

Transparency International finds flaws in SA procurement


A study conducted by NGO Transparency International (TI) has found major corruption issues in the way that school books are... (Continue reading)

Innogistic wins place on Government Framework Agreement


Innogistic, a Bristol based independent software developer, has been awarded a place on the new ‘Local Government Software Application Solutions’... (Continue reading)

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