The word “collaboration” (in the non-pejorative sense) is often heard in public sector discussions, but do public administrators and public procurement officials, in particular, value the concept sufficiently to go beyond talking about it? Are they capable of doing more than mouthing the word? “Collaboration” as used in this column, refers to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary definition as “. . .  cooperat[ion] with an agency or instrumentality with which one ...

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