JOPP 2005

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How Many Vendors Does It Take to Screw Down a Price? A Primer on Competition ........................................... 291
J. M. Keisler and W. A. Buehring

SYMPOSIUM

Symposium on E-Procurement in Public Sector: Part I ................................................................................................ 318
A. Ancarani

Symposium Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................... 319
A. Ancarani

The E-Procurement Experience in Italian Universities ................................................................................................. 323
P. Barbieri and A. Zanoni

Analysis of Public E-Procurement Web Site Accessibility ............................................................................................ 344
G. Bruno, E. Esposito, M. Mastroianni and D. Vellutino

Key Issues in E-Procurement: Procurement Implementation and Operation in The Public Sector .................... 367
S. R. Croom and A. Brandon-Jones

PRACTITIONERS’ CORNER

Strategic Procurement in the Public Sector: A Mask for Financial and Administrative Policy................................. 388
D. Matthews

USEFUL REPRINTS

Competitive Sourcing: Greater Emphasis Needed on Increasing Efficiency And Improving Performance ....... 401
U. S. Government Accountability Office

BOOK REVIEW

Unleashing Change: A Study of Organizational Renewal in Government ................................................................ 442
A. J. Sementelli

Improving Organizational Effectiveness through Meaningful Involvement of Municipal Purchasing Departments – Case Studies from Ontario Canada .................................................................................................................................................................. 145
J. J. Schiele

Measurement Issues in Performance-Based Logistics ...................................................................................................... 164
K. Doerr, I. Lewis and D. R. Eaton

A Regression Approach for Estimating Procurement Cost ................................................................................................. 187
G. W. Moore and E. D. White III

Competence Requirements for Managing Supply in Interorganizational Networks ....................................................... 210
L. Knight, C. Harland, H. Walker and R. Sutton

PRACTITIONERS’ CORNER

Staff Assistance Visit: Bridging the Gap between Headquarters and the Operational Contracting Officer ................ 235
B. Piper

USEFUL REPRINTS

Best Practices: Using Spend Analysis to Help Agencies Take a More Strategic Approach to Procurement ............. 244
U. S. Government Accountability Office

BOOK REVIEW

Planning, Scheduling and Requirement Analysis ................................................................................................................. 274
M. A. Feldheim

Overcoming Demand Management Problems: The Scopefor Improving Reactive and Proactive Supply Management in the UK Health Service ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 1
A. Cox, D. Chicksand and P. Ireland

Environmentally Preferable Purchasing: Who Is Doing What in the United States? ................................................................. 23
J. D. Coggburn and D. Rahm

E-Procurement Management in State Governments: Diffusion of E-Procurement Practices and Its Determinants .......... 54
M. J. Moon

A Tool for Assessing the Value Contributed by Public Purchasing Departments throughout Various Stages of Competitive Acquisition Processes for Consulting Services ............................................................................................................................... 73
J. J. Schiele

PRACTITIONERS’ CORNER

A Note from the Editor: A Challenge to Public Procurement Practitioners ................................................................................. 86
R. E. Lloyd

Principles and Practices of Managing a Global Purchase Card Program ................................................................................ 88
M. A. Colaianni

USEFUL REPRINTS

Rebuilding Iraq: Fiscal Year 2003 Contract Award Procedures and Management Challenges ........................................... 95

BOOK REVIEW

Introduction to Public Procurement ................................................................................................................................................... 132
W. Lawther

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