Law could impede outsourcing bid

October 2010
Community Care;10/7/2010, Issue 1838, p10
The article discusses the problems that may occur in case the local authorities of Suffolk Council in England implement their plan of outsourcing all its public services. It is stated that the council has planned to outsource every service over the next five years including child protection. It is stated that the councils will have to monitor outsourced services in order to ensure that they are in compliance with their statutory duties.


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