The U.K.'s now-scrapped delivery unit was seen as centralizing control of the PM, and experts are keeping a close eye on how the Trudeau government's new unit works in Canada.
The Langevin Block, home of the Prime Minister's Office and the Privy Council Office. Professor Alex Marland said a 'better understanding' is needed of how the new PCO delivery unit works, including how it works with staff in the PMO. The Hill Times Photograph by Jake Wright
The Privy Council Office’s Results and Delivery Unit, created by the new Trudeau Liberal government, has increased the capacity for more centralized control over government, say experts.
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