Payment by results must not be a race to the bottom says Clinks Director

In this latest in a series of short video interviews on payment by results, Clive Martin, Director of Clinks, gives his views on PbR in the criminal justice sector.
 

Clive argues that it is important that PbR is developed slowly and tested and that small organisations, who do not have the financial reserves to enter into large payment by results contracts, should not be disadvantaged.

Do you agree?

You can follow Clinks on Twitter – @Clinks_Tweets

 

You can see all the video interviews in this series with a wide range of viewpoints pro and con PbR from different perspectives here.




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