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Concern new spend control committee may slow Govt policy agenda

Treasury warns committee could slow down decision-making and add compliance costs.

A new Cabinet committee is running its eye over significant new spending and regulations.

Brent Edwards Mon, 10 Jun 2024

The Treasury has warned that setting up a new Cabinet expenditure control committee could slow down the coalition Government’s policy agenda.

In a paper to Finance Minister Nicola Willis, dated January 17 and obtained by NBR under the Official Information Act, the Treasury outlined how the

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