WA offers IT suppliers a slice of the savings

Adam Leach is a freelance business journalist
30 May 2016

The Western Australian government is considering offering contractors a slice of any savings delivered through the course of the contract in order to incentivise them to come in on time and under budget.

Giles Nunis, the WA government's chief information officer, told the state's public accounts committee that he is looking at a number of ways to motivate greater efficiency. He has asked the six firms currently in the running to come forward with ideas on incentives.

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