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In-state Preferences

In-state Preferences

During these difficult economic times, state governments are often pressured to do more to assist their local suppliers. This brief defines in-state preference, outlines the implications of this tactic and also discusses recent statistics, as well as advantages and disadvantages of this approach.
Wednesday, August 1, 2012/Author: Jordan Henson/Number of views (3694)/Comments (0)/
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Meeting the Challenges of World-Class Procurement

Meeting the Challenges of World-Class Procurement

This paper looks at the challenges faced by senior procurement officials in administering a procurement system that achieves value, provides an equitable chance for companies to participate, and overall promotes public confidence in the integrity of the process. The focus of this paper is on what our elected officials and other senior leadership can do to reach those goals.
Sunday, July 1, 2012/Author: Jordan Henson/Number of views (3689)/Comments (0)/
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Effective Communication between State Procurement and Industry

Effective Communication between State Procurement and Industry

This paper will explore how procurement officials can understand the issues involved with vendor communication and address them in a way that allows them to use one-on-one exchanges in a manner consistent with the obvious necessity for transparency and integrity.

The purpose of this research is to help procurement officials and state policy makers develop state-vendor communication guidelines or policies in their respective states. While this paper will not recommend a particular approach to one-on-one state-vendor communications, general observations and a framework for analysis are included.
Monday, April 2, 2012/Author: Mike Cooke/Number of views (3603)/Comments (0)/
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Friday, July 1, 2011/Author: Jordan Henson/Number of views (3228)/Comments (0)/
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Monday, November 1, 2010/Author: Jordan Henson/Number of views (3682)/Comments (0)/
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