One thing that interests me as the instructor of a graduate-level introduction to public procurement course is a comment that most of the students who have never worked in a public procurement position make as they are finishing the course. Almost always they say something to the effect of, “Wow! I never realized that public procurement is such a complex, challenging and risky area of activity, or how critical professional, strategic procurement is to the responsive, efficient and ...

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