We all have to deal with politicians at one time or another, but what if one of your Agency’s political representatives is also proposing to become your Agency’s vendor? The ethics of the question would test any procurement professionals’ procedural knowledge and attentiveness to its legal, policy, political and social aspects. To make matters even more difficult, let’s say you live in a suburban community – in fact, it’s rural, some might say remote. ...

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