Rule reforms would free £14bn for local economies

By Laura Sharman | 12 July 2017

Up to £14bn could be invested in local economies if the Government reformed public procurement rules, new research has found.

The report by Scape Group called for all public sector procurement over £10m to deliver at least 20% social value, which requires people who commission public services to think about how they can also secure wider benefits.

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