Courts to cut reporter bill by £3.2m using e-auction

Arminas, David
November 2004
Supply Management;11/18/2004, Vol. 9 Issue 23, p10
Reports that Great Britain's Department for Constitutional Affairs (DCA) has used an e-auction to save more than ten percent a year off its annual budget for court reporters and transcription services. Amount that the e-auction deal could save over its four-year duration; Average number of court reporters that the DCA uses per day; Mechanics of the auction; Move by the Office of Government Commerce to set up a fund to help departments put together e-auctions.


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