In the words of a highly respected Australian colleague, “The expectation to operate like the private sector can make the life of the public manager quite difficult.” These words by Professor Guy Callender made me think about who holds these expectations, and how it applies to public procurement. Let’s start first with the “who.” Top leaders for our agencies expect a great deal from their procurement offices. Our elected officials, department heads and CFOs ...

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