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Bookkeepers 2023: Soaking the public purse?

ANALYSIS: Firms claim value for money in light of criticism of Government’s consultant spend.

Hamish McNicol and Kate McVicar Tue, 02 May 2023

“It’s always astounding to see how much they spend in that space,” says one accountancy firm’s leader.

“Some of the firms have done very, very well. There have been some big fees paid,” adds the boss of another.

“But why would you turn away that Government work?”

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Hamish McNicol and Kate McVicar Tue, 02 May 2023
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