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Date 14.04.2018
Duration 4 Minutes 49 Seconds
Author Sport England
Description Somerset County Council define commissioning as 'How we identify needs and creatively work with everyone involved to make things happen to meet those needs in the most appropriate and cost effective way'. Its vision is to become a commissioning driven authority. https://bit.ly/2HALKt2 This interview with Haringey Commissioners focuses on devising solutions to meet commissioners needs.
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