Centralising computer system means 30 fewer States roles
Friday 4th January 2013, 8:30AM GMT.
MORE than 30 posts have been cut following the implementation of the new States-wide computer system, SAP, the Policy Council has confirmed.
The new system, which has included the creation of a Shared Transactional Service Centre to bring administrative work done by individual departments under one roof, went live this year.
It was originally expected that the financial transformation programme initiative, which is expected to save £1.7m. a year, would see the loss of roughly 50 civil service posts.
The Policy Council could not say whether it was likely that the number of posts cut would reach that number as the project bedded in. It is unclear how many actual staff have been cut.
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