Cut smarter not deeper, urges Tilley.

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The UK needs big changes in central government to ensure that the cuts designed to reduce its deficit are both selective and effective, according to a new report by Charles Tilley, CIMA's chief executive.

"New public-sector performance management: making fiscal consolidation smarter" outlines the need to address performance management deficiencies and increase the number of qualified finance experts in the public sector. This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to rethink the way central government is administered, it argues.

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"The government must address the shortages of qualified finance experts who can strip...

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