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Procurement: Issue 214 19 Jan 2010

Get the most out of your warrants

Closer working between councils and enforcement agents will achieve better recovery rates and bring down complaints, writes Alan Wood

The next financial year will see the public sector facing drastic budget cuts. So, it will be more important than ever to ensure that debt recovery rates are as high as possible. 

To help achieve this it makes sense for local authorities to use two bailiff companies. They should initially allocate each company similar numbers of similar cases, based on area and the value and age of the debts. By creating a level playing field you can start with a 50/50 split and then reward better...

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