23 April 1999
The DSS’ £2bn deal with Trillium, the Goldman Sachs-led consortium which won the contract, should give savings to the taxpayer of £560m over the 20-year life of the contract, says the report. This is equivalent to 22% less than it would cost if the public sector continued to own and ...
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