DWP's pot follows member needs 'efficiency and cost control '


The success of the pot follows member policy will depend on better efficiency and cost control, according to Origo.

The not-for-profit standards and services body believes that greater "efficiencies and the ability to control long-term costs" are necessary for an effective pot follows member policy in occupation...

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