JOPP 2004

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Symposium on Challenges in Public Procurement: An International Perspective .......................................................... 311
K. V. Thai, A. Araujo, R. Y. Carter, G. Callender, R. Grimm, K. R. E. Jensen, R. E. Lloyd, C. P. McCue, and J. Telgen

Symposium Introduction .............................................................................................................................................................. 312
K. V. Thai

The World Bank e-Procurement for the Selection of Consultants: Challenges And Lessons Learned ...................... 319
K. Leipold, J. Klemow, F. Holloway, and K. Vaidya

Promoting Economy: Electronic Reverse Auctions under the EC Directives on Public Procurement .......................... 340
O. Soudry

Assessing the Management Costs of Delivering Services under Alternative Institutional Arrangements ................... 375
T. L. Brown and M. Potoski

Ban-on-Negotiations in Tender Procedures: Undermining Best Value For Money? ........................................................ 397
Kai Krüger

Pan-American Health Organization’s Humanitarian Supply Management System: De-Politicization of the Humanitarian Supply Chain by Creating Accountability ................................................................................................................................................. 437
R. M. Tomasini and L.N. Van Wassenhove

The Future of Small Businesses in the U.S. Federal Government Marketplace ............................................................... 450
M. Clark, III and C. Moutray


BOOK REVIEW

Enhancing Procurement Practices: Comprehensive Approach to Acquiring Complex Facilities and Projects .......... 471
R. E. Lloyd

CONTENTS

The Growth of e-Procurement in American State Governments: A Model and Empirical Evidence ....................... 151
C. G. Reddick


SYMPOSIUM

Symposium on Transforming Defense Acquisition: Entrepreneurial Thinking and Innovative Processes .............. 177
T. S. Reed and M. A. Greiner

Symposium Introduction .......................................................................................................................................... 178
T. S. Reed and M. A. Greiner

Keeping Pace: Organizational Barriers to Commercial Product Use in DOD .......................................................... 182
S. J. F. Baron

Evaluation of Competitive Sourcing Performance Work Statement Metrics ............................................................ 210
T. A. Randall, H. S. Brothers and D. T. Holt

Evolutionary Acquisition: An Analysis of Defense Procurement and Recommendations For Expanded Use .......... 238
R. M. Novak, T. T. Sthultz, T. S. Reed, C. C. Wood, J. A. Kirstein, and J. A. Whittle


USEFUL REPRINTS

Federal Acquisition: Increased Attention to Vehicle Fleets Could Result in Savings ................................................ 269
U.S. General Accounting Office


BOOK REVIEW

Government Procurement in the WTO ...................................................................................................................... 284
R. E. Lloyd

CONTENTS

Drivers of Compensation of Heads of Procurement Units, Supervisors, and Materials Managers in the Public Sector
M. G. Alkadry .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

Assessing Outsourcing Potential In A State Dot ............................................................................................................................................... 22
Wilmot, D. R. Deis and R. Xu

A Simulation Approach to In-House Versus Contracted Out Cost Comparisons .............................................................................................. 43
D. R. Deis, H. Schneider, C. G. Wilmot and C. H. Coates, Jr.

Is Contracting Out in New York City Tinkering or Reinventing Government?.................................................................................................... 67
R. W. Blendermann, R. Ormsby, J. Sharp and E. A. Zimmerman 

Government/Business Relationships: Insights Into Contract Implementation .................................................................................................
S. Wang and M. D. Bunn 


USEFUL REPRINTS

Emergency Procurement Flexibilities: A Framework for Responsive Contracting & Guidelines for Using Simplified Acquisition Procedures ... 116
Office of Federal Procurement Policy


BOOK REVIEW

World Class Contracting: How Winning Companies Build Successful Partnerships in the e-Business Age ...................................................... 133
M. M. (Dickens) Johnson

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