Texas A&M's massive outsourcing efforts will likely save them more money than previously estimated.
A one-year assessment of the outsourcing at Texas A&M, which was conducted by system administrators, found that the flagship university will likely save $10 million more than originally projected. The same report found that the privatized employees were more successful at their jobs than when A&M ran the operations.
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