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A report by the Senate on the practice of using Private consulants by the Government

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This is taking on the proportions of a scandal. Private consulting firms have been paid to advise on decisions which could easily have been made with advice from the civil servants in the ministries concerned.

One firm with its snout in the gravy train is the American firm McKinsey who took nearly 4 million euros to advise on lowering the payment of the APL (housing benefit) by 5 euros per claimant, but employing these sharks to give spurious solutions based on  disgraceful cost-cutting methods used in the private sector while pocketing a hefty fee themselves has become a reflex.




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