Procurement Revolution

 

Procurement Revolution

Procurement Revolution
Procurement Revolution
The ninth book in the IBM Endowment Series on the Business of Government, The Procurement Revolution continues the tradition of timely and vital information dissemination the series has come to stand for. Focusing on the titular revolutionary changes...

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The ninth book in the IBM Endowment Series on the Business of Government, The Procurement Revolution continues the tradition of timely and vital information dissemination the series has come to stand for. Focusing on the titular revolutionary changes the government has had and will have to make in its approach to procuring goods and services, this book strives to capture the creativity and energy that can and should be brought to government procurement. 

 

Table of Contents:

The Transformation of Government Procurement
Mark A. Abramson & Roland S. Harris III

A Vision of the Government as a World-Class Buyer: Major Procurement Issues for the Coming Decade
Jacques S. Gansler

The Procurement Partnership Model: Moving to a Team-Based Approach
Kathryn G. Denhardt

Making Performance-Based Contracting Perform: What the Federal Government Can Learn from State and Local Governments
Lawrence L. Martin

IT Outsourcing: A Primer for Public Managers
Ye-Che Chen and James Perry

Contracting for the 21st Century: A Partnership Model
Wendell C. Lawther

Moving To Public-Private Partnerships: Learning from the Experience of Others
Trefor P. Williams

State Government E-Procurement in the Information Age: Issues, Practices, and Trends
M. Jae Moon

Transforming Procurement: The Potential of Auctions
David C. Wyld