The University of California at Berkeley has released a consultant's report recommending $75 million in savings through better management, including streamlined business systems and the elimination of "redundant" management positions, The San Francisco Chronicle reported. Berkeley officials commissioned the report -- and say they will try to carry out its recommendations -- in response to large cuts in state support (that far exceed the projected savings).
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