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Government Procurement 3rd ed

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ISBN13: 9780433465713
Published: March 2012
Publisher: LexisNexis Canada
Country of Publication: Canada
Format: Hardback
Price: £126.00

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Government procurement is designed to open a level playing field for suppliers. As deals keep getting bigger and stakes keep getting higher, public institutions need to get the job done right. Failing to do so can lead to lengthy litigation, unfavourable audits and detrimental media coverage.

Government Procurement, 3rd ed strips away the complexities of procurement issues for public institutions and their private sector suppliers. Author Paul Emanuelli draws from the latest lawsuits, treaty developments, auditor reports and headline news stories, including recent procurement scandals that have increased scrutiny over institutional governance.

New in This Edition:-

  • In-depth analysis and explanation of 100+ new cases, including the impact of major Supreme Court of Canada decisions
  • Extensive cross-Canada survey of the latest court decisions and Canadian International Trade Tribunal determinations dealing with critical issues, including the scope of Contract A, negotiated RFPs, privilege clauses, liability exclusions, disclosure duties, substantial compliance, clarification rights, bid repair, hidden criteria, unfair evaluations, bias, conflict of interest, bid shopping, sole sourcing and improper specifications
  • Summary of Auditor General reports from across Canada highlighting breaches of procurement protocols

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Other Jurisdictions , Canada, Public Procurement
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: The Canadian International Trade Tribunal
Chapter 3: The Supreme Court's Dual Procurement Paradigms
Chapter 4: Implied Duties and Express Rights
Chapter 5: The Disclosure Duty
Chapter 6: The Duty to Reject Non-Compliant Tenders
Chapter 7: The Duty to Conduct a Fair Competition
Chapter 8: The Duty to Award to the Winning Bidder
Chapter 9: The Duty to Award the Contract as Tendered
Chapter 10: Remedies
Chapter 11: Practical Considerations
Chapter 12: Future Considerations;