Opportunities for public procurement and contract management officials to develop and grow as individual practitioners have expanded tremendously over the past 40 years. Training, as opposed to education, has been the exclusive means through which the people who purchase and contract on governments’ behalves have learned what to do and how to do it. Slowly but surely, training is being joined by education, as a small number of postsecondary institutions now offer one or more courses in ...

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