Consultants say $75 million in wasted spending at University of California at Berkeley

April 13, 2010
Report says school needs to streamline purchases, eliminate unnecessary managers
FromThe San Francisco Chronicle: The University of California at Berkeleycould save about $75 million a year by streamlining purchases, concentrating job duties and laying off redundant managers, according to consultants hired last fall to help the school become a leaner operation.

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