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ONE-QUARTER OF DFT EFFICIENCY GAINS ACHIEVED BY COUNCILS

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Nearly one-quarter of the Department for Transport's (DfT) efficiency gains were achieved by councils, according to...
Nearly one-quarter of the Department for Transport's (DfT) efficiency gains were achieved by councils, according to its autumn performance report.

The report sets out the department's progress on its targets over the last six months.

The DfT has a target to achieve total annual efficiency gains of at least£785m by March 2008.

By October 2006, a total of£526m of efficiency gains had been achieved, 24.4% of which came from local authorities.

Local authorities achieved£88m of efficiency gains in the procurement of strategic roads and£41.2m in non-roads savings.

Read the report here

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