A roundup this week's data coverage, events, papers, and more:
At a macro level, there is scope to improve the overall efficiency of government operations, to accelerate efforts to reduce fraud and error, and to make further inroads into the tax gap (the difference between actual tax collected and theoretical liabilities). We estimate that achieving cutting-edge performance could
in time save the public sector up to £16 billion to £33 billion a year—equivalent to £250 to £500 per head of the population.
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