Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
The OECD has released a policy brief on Fighting Cartels in Public Procurement.
ABSTRACT: Governments devote a large share of taxpayers’ money to public procurement – purchasing goods and services from road building to school textbooks. But how can they be sure that they are getting good value for money, and that companies seeking public contracts are not conspiring to undermine the principle of competitive bidding?