Two of the big four fail to submit to inquiry despite earning millions of dollars in taxpayer funding


Two of Australia’s largest consultancy firms have failed to lodge submissions to a public inquiry on the use of consultants despite raking in billions of dollars in taxpayer funding.

PriceWaterhouseCoopers and KPMG are the only two of the big-four firms to have made submissions to the inquiry, which was called after an audit found spending on contracts outside the public service had spiralled to $47 billion for 2016-17.

Elaf 6fThe big four have earned close to $2 billion in taxpayer funding on consultants since 2013, angering the…

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