Article Date: 11/16/2009


EDITOR'S NOTES | Issue 7-45


Public bidding statutes serve dual purposes. They are designed to protect the public purse by preventing fraud and favoritism. They also are intended to assure bidders that there is a fair, consistent, transparent process for the award of contracts - a level playing field upon which all can compete.

There is a tension between these two purposes. ... Log in to view the full text.

 



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