Public-private partnerships are a common approach to serving a wide variety of needs in the state and local government sector, but executing such arrangements can present challenges as well as opportunity. It’s understandable that government purchasing professionals generally view these arrangements from the “public” perspective, but what can they learn about the value of public-private cooperation from those on the other end of the partnership – the suppliers? We ...

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