$110.00 - Non-Member - Sourcing in the Public Sector
$95.00 - Member - Sourcing in the Public Sector
Public procurement officials control 38.5% of the United States Gross Domestic Product through annual acquisition of $4.85 trillion in goods and services. This text has been developed by the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing to provide a bridge between those who operate within the public sector and academia as a first step toward identifying the body of knowledge associated with public procurement.
Sourcing in the Public Sector offers a comprehensive understanding of the strategic process from requirements analysis through proposal evaluation. Authors Carol Pettijohn, Ph.D. and Ken Babich, BCom, CPPO thoroughly explore the sourcing environment, the value of the sourcing process and the many tools agencies use to effectively support their entitites and their communities. Sourcing in the Public Sector is an essential reference primer every public procurement professional should have in their library.
NIGP, 2008, 2nd edition, 236 pages, hardbound