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New Arrangements for Procurement of Legal Services

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Attorney-General Robert McClelland has announced the first wave of reforms to improve the way the Commonwealth buys legal services, in response to a blow-out in spending on lawyers by the Howard Government. The Government is developing standard tendering and contracting documents for agencies and legal firms tendering for Commonwealth work...

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