JOPP 2013

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Determining“TheMostEconomicallyAdvantageousTender”

BasedonCapabilityandFee-PercentageCriteria......................... 409

P.Lahdenperä

ThePoliticsofBoundedProcurement:Purists,Brokersandthe

Politics-ProcurementDichotomy..................................................... 447

A.V.Roman

DevelopingaPublicValueHealthcareProcurementFramework                                                                           476

A.Turrell

ImpactofPolitical-EconomyVariablesonCostGrowthin

MilitaryWeaponSystemContracts................................................ 516

J. D.Ritschel

Dispelling Fear and Loathing in Government Acquisition: A Proposal for Cultivational Governance in DOD Source Selections .................................................................................................................................................. 289
S. M. Maser and F. Thompson

Design and Build Procurements in the Polish Public Sector .................................................... 315
A. Leśniak and K. Zima

Public Policy and Financial Management through EProcurement: A Practice Oriented Normative Model for Maximizing Transformative Impacts ............................................................................................................ 337
A. V. Roman

An Appraisal of the Use of Social Criteria in Public Procurement in Nigeria ................................................................................................................................................... 364
T. O. Akenroye

“Best Value for Money” in Procurement .................................................................................. 149
N. Dimitri

Unwritten Ground Rules (UGRS) in Public Procurement in Developing Countries ................. 176
S. Khan

A Model to Measure E-Procurement Impacts on Organizational Performance ....................... 215
F. Gardenal

An Empirical Analysis of Coercive Means of Enforcing Compliance ....................................... 243
F. A. Mwakibinga and A. Buvik

Size and Structure in the Purchasing Function: Evidence from German Municipalities ................................................... 1
C. H. Glock and M. G. Broens

U.S. and E.U. SME Subcontracting Policy and Practice Trends: Towards a Transatlantic Accountability Consensus .... 39
M. V. Kidalov

Liberalised Public Procurement of ICT Services for Schools: An Empirical Case from Finland ....................................... 72
P. Leviäkangas, R. Hautala, V. Britschgi and R. Öörni

Characterizing the Accuracy of DoD Operating and Support Cost Estimates ................................................................. 103
E. T. Ryan, D. R. Jacques, J. D. Ritschel, and C. M. Schubert

CONTENTS
REGULAR ARTICLES
The Logic of Estimation: Describing the Budgetary Work
of Program Managers .................................................... 293
O. L. Ervin
The Role of Control Environment in Reducing Local
Government Fraud ....................................................... 312
D. E. Ziegenfuss
The Internal Audit in U.S. Local Government in the 1990s:
A Status Report and Challenges ....................................... 325
A. Friedberg and C. Lutrin
SYMPOSIUM
Symposium on Budgeting Reform in Countries
in Transition: Part I ..................................................... 345
J. Martinez-Vazquez
Symposium Introduction ............................................... 346
J. Martinez-Vazquez
Budgeting and Fiscal Management in
Transitional Countries .................................................. 353
J. Martinez-Vazquez and J. Boex
Decentralization and Municipal Budgeting in
Four Balkan States ...................................................... 397
G. M. Guess
Reforming Budgetary Processes and Procedures in
Countries of the Former Soviet Union — Experiences in
Azerbaijan and the Central Asian Republics ..................... 437
J. L. Mikesell and D. R. Mullins

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