Cabinet Office spurns opportunity to rein in procurement costs

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Rejects offer of a free analytical tool for public spending from Rosslyn Analytics and QlikTech

The Cabinet Office has turned down an offer to have public sector procurement expenditure data aggregated from all major central departments for free. The offer came from Rosslyn Analytics and b...

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