Why does a Local Unit of Government (LUG) or its governing board focus solely on one aspect of a Request for Proposal (RFP) award, particularly cost? Many governing boards lack an understanding of procurement methodologies and their applications. To be fair, LUGs or their governing boards are not typically involved in the day-to-day operation of procurement, so they would not necessarily gain the detailed knowledge of each procurement practice, when it should be used, its merits and its ...

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