Kathryn Denhardt

Kathryn Denhardt specializes in organizational leadership, human resource management, performance-based contracting, and ethics. She has worked extensively with state and local government practitioners, assisting them in bringing about desired changes in their organizations through strategic planning, organizational development, and a variety of management reform efforts. S

The Procurement Partnership Model: Moving to a Team-Based Approach

The emerging partnership model of procurement is characterized by team-based approaches, new contracting vehicles, an outcome orientation, and increased emphasis on open communication and due diligence.This report describes the strategies that have worked for both achieving results and ensuring accountability. The report also outlines what still needs to be done to see these successful approaches utilized more widely in the procurement process. Contracting

Associate Professor and Policy Scientist
University of Delaware Institute for Public Administration
180 Graham Hall
Newark, DE 19716
United States
831-3264

Kathryn Denhardt specializes in organizational leadership, human resource management, performance-based contracting, and ethics. She has worked extensively with state and local government practitioners, assisting them in bringing about desired changes in their organizations through strategic planning, organizational development, and a variety of management reform efforts. S

he is widely known in the international arena as an expert in government ethics reform, having worked with OECD, the United Nations, and leaders in a variety of individual countries. Dr. Denhardt coordinates the Organizational Leadership area of specialization for the Masters in Public Administration Program at the University of Delaware. She also works with the Conflict Resolution Program facilitating decision-making processes involving multiple stakeholders, and in promoting citizen involvement in government.

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