The UK government is working on a comprehensive plan to realize the benefits of shared services, as part of a central system of efficiency according to Gershon`s review. The Cabinet Office has set up a team specifically tasked with speeding up reception and developing the strategy for all government departments to bring people together and consolidate. The potential savings of this transformation in the UK public sector were initially estimated by Office at GBP 1.4 billion per year (20% of the estimated cost of HR and finance functions). In its November 2007 report[10], the National Court of Auditors (United Kingdom) indicated that this amount of GBP 1.4 billion did not contain a clear cost base and contained several uncertainties, such as. B initial expenditure and timing of savings. There are six main principles that guide your business through the process of implementing the Common Services Agreement. Although the number of PCCs selected varies widely, it is generally accepted that fewer than 10 PPPs selected on the shutter give the best results. [Citation required] In the Republic of Ireland, the health service has been reorganised at national level by a number of regional health authorities into a single national structure, the Health Services Executive. Within this structure, there will be a national shared services organisation based on the model developed in the former Eastern Healthcare Services, where procurement, HR, financing and ICT services were provided to the health authorities in the Eastern Region of Ireland on a business-to-business basis. Internal customers must then indicate their own service needs.

Suppliers must meet their requirements and suppliers will have their performance evaluated on the basis of specific criteria that are easily measurable. . . .