For the first time ever, the Israeli government has conducted a self-examination with regard to the privatization policy practiced in Israel for the past twenty years. An inter-ministerial team that examined the outsourcing policy of social services revealed, among other things, that the government issues poor quality tenders and is not really able to monitor private suppliers. The fundamental question is whether there are things that should not be privatized? This has not been asked yet.
The talk can be heard from minutes 1:10:38 to 1:16:00.
The introduction to the talk: 02:25 to 03:45.
To hear the talk (in Hebrew): http://www.iba.org.il/program.aspx?scode=2065198