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6c Lagged expenditure on consultancy plotted against outputs for social security

6c Lagged expenditure on consultancy plotted against outputs for social security

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Government agencies can achieve very rapid progress and productivity growth as this chapter shows by analysing the UK Customs agency, which introduced timely IT for handling imports and exports transactions and was able to handle sharply increased trade volumes with constant staff levels as a result.

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