BBC paid at least £150,000 to Accenture for DMI review

Sooraj Shah
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Company hired eight consultants over an eight-week period, according to Freedom of Information request

The BBC is likely to have splashed out at least £150,000 on consultancy firm Accenture to review the failed £98m Digital Media Initiative (DMI). The broadcaster did not disclose the exact amount spent...

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