One of the great things about working in public procurement is that our work – including the decisions and determinations we make, the actions we take or don’t take and our results – are open fully to public review and discussion. And, on more than one occasion for most of us, when a high-profile project whose success depended on one or more contractors fell short, either we or one or more of our staff was thrown under the bus by the higher-ups – whether we or they ...

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