‘Armchair Talks’ For $8.2M

A federal agency launched in 2015 to “create a public service that is more agile” spent most of its budget on salaries and benefits for employees assigned to hold “armchair meetings”, say auditors. Staff complained they were underfunded: ‘Innovation has been slow.’

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