Billions at stake in Benchmarking II

Quietly, unobtrusively, with little indication that decisions that may cost the exchequer tens of billions are at stake, the second benchmarking exercise is well underway.

14th October, 2006

Quietly, unobtrusively, with little indication that decisions that may cost the exchequer tens of billions are at stake, the second benchmarking exercise is well underway.

For the past three weeks, groups representing unions and employers have met the benchmarking body in private for talks on the contents of their submissions, which were received by the body earlier this year.

About one third of the meetings have taken place already, and they are scheduled to continue...

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