Reform Public Sector Procurement Rules

Reform Public Sector Procurement Rules

The current regime transfers cost to small businesses, which prevents the businesses from entering the RFP process. These businesses tend to be organized around innovation. This means the public sector misses out on innovation opportunities. It's a known problem and is an example of a 'stop doing' option. Better alternatives are within reach.

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  • John Rusk
    commented 2016-11-26 09:58:15 +1300
    I’m a passionate supporter of this. Not sure it could, or should, make the cut into the party’s “top 7” though.
  • John Rusk
    tagged this with interesting 2016-11-26 09:58:15 +1300
  • Graeme Kiyoto-Ward
    commented 2016-11-25 21:52:19 +1300
    I didn’t realise this was a problem but it’s a good point. In trying to reduce costs has government stopped purchasing from the little guy?
  • Graeme Kiyoto-Ward
    tagged this with interesting 2016-11-25 21:52:18 +1300
  • Bart Brichau
    tagged this with interesting 2016-11-25 14:38:43 +1300
  • Rohan Light
    published this page in Suggestions 2016-11-25 14:15:49 +1300