What if unnecessary public procurements no longer happened? What if only the items truly needed by governments were procured in precise conformance with needs, and as cost-effectively, efficiently and timely as possible? What if? What if? Why? The reality is that, in general, public procurement officials have had little if any input into what gets procured, the specifications or scopes of work for what gets procured, the budget for what gets procured, or the timing of procurements. There ...

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