Each year, hundreds of millions of pounds are wasted through bureaucratic inefficiency and organizational incompetence within the public sector. Local government is notorious for its abuses; the same applies to public sector utilities, education, national health, right through to central government. In the UK alone these abuses have cost tax payers #5 billion (#5,000,000,000) over the last ten years from failures in computing contracts alone! Robert Erskine has been actively campaigning for many years for the development of an "abuse containment" statute which would solve this problem at a stroke. In order to spread the word, he has been in contact with many eminent politicians and industrialists in both the USA and the UK, where programmes are now in place to review the concepts set out in this book. Organizations from the greatest to the least are being encouraged to have a blitz on corruption and abuse and to support and protect whistle-blowers. This book is aimed at the tax-payers of the world who want value for money from government and are irritated by sleaze and abuse in public corporations.