AgResearch restructuring needs an update, says auditor-general

Tue, 17 Mar 2015

By Pam Graham March 18 (BusinessDesk) - Auditor-General Lyn Provost says more work needs to be done on the business case for a $100 million restructuring of AgResearch, New Zealand's largest Crown Research Institute. She had a look into the matter after receiving a complaint in July 2014 from Labour MPs David Parker, David Clark, and Clare Curran about how the restructuring dubbed Future Footprint was being handled and issued a response on Wednesday. The restructuring announced in 2013 has been characterised as a once in a generation r...

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