State hopes to save at government offices

The government could save up to 870 million crowns annually on the maintenance and rent at state bureaux and institutions, the prime minister said on Thursday, if spending limits – relative to performance – are introduced. Taken into consideration would be factors such as office size, budget expenses for IT, as well as telephone costs. The recommendation for spending ceilings to be introduced based on KPI (key performance indicator) was put forward by the government’s economic advisory council NERV.

Author: Jan Velinger