£25m public sector saving hope from procurement service
Public organisations in Wales could save £25m a year by joining forces to buy goods and services, the Welsh government says.
Seventy public bodies will take part in the national procurement service when it is launched on Thursday.
The Welsh government says there will be bulk buying for a lower price, and fewer contracts, tenders and invoices.
BBC Wales Economics Correspondent Sarah Dickins has been looking at the ideas behind it.
21 Nov 2013