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Understanding the Changes in Defence Spending by Andy Akrouche

February 14, 2014


Originally posted on Relational Contracting Intelligence Blog:
When news broke earlier this month that there were major changes being implemented regarding Defence spending in Canada, no one was really surprised.  Change as they say was inevitable. The question is what does it really mean? Over the next week I will be posting several articles that…

Disconnected policies in public sector spend: A universal problem? (Part 1 of 2) by Jon Hansen

August 2, 2013


I read with great interest the recent Procurement Insights EU Edition post “A Living Wage” (July 30th, 2013) by Dr. Gordon Murray, and the corresponding follow-up commentary “Additional thoughts regarding the “Living Wage” question” (August 2nd, 2013) by Ian Burdon. In the summer of 2006, I chaired the Summit Roundtable that reviewed the critical elements […]