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UK central Government has published an ‘Outsourcing Playbook’ to help improve government procurement, how government works with industry and deliver better public services. New measures include: “… changes to how government allocates risk between itself and its suppliers, to ensure contracts are set-up for success and the public are provided with the best possible service. The government is also taking steps to improve the design of outsourcing projects from their inception. New complex contracts will be piloted with the private sector before rolling out fully, enabling the government to learn from experience.” Other measures include suppliers drawing up plans in the “unlikely event of business failure,” and requiring them to publish key performance data. Read more on Gov.UK

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