2 edition of Sourcing in the public sector found in the catalog.
Sourcing in the public sector
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Carole Pettijohn and Ken S. Babich|
|Contributions||Babich, Ken S.|
|LC Classifications||JF1525.P85 P48 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 236 p. :|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||2011410089|
The definition of public sector outsourcing is rather vague – essentially contracting with an external organisation for the provision of a service that would have traditionally been done by the public sector. Applying this definition, the value of public sector outsourcing amounts to some £90 billion a year – half of all public procurement. This new book in the Exploring Corporate Strategy Series brings together a selection of 17 chapters which provide readers with material on a range of important strategic issues of particular relevance to the public sector. The chapters cover most of the major strategic themes from Exploring Corporate Strategy which is also reflected in the chapter sequence.
• Outsourcing of government functions can be a source of new ideas about how to perform work more efficientlyand effectively using knowledge and resources that are in short supply in the public sector. • Outsourcing can make research and development (R & D) . This overview introduces you to the public sector Procurement and sourcing functionality. This includes purchase order codes, vendor certification types, purchase agreement classification functionality, and purchase order line amounts. This article describes the Procurement and sourcing functionality that is available for the public sector.
The policy was introduced in in an attempt to reduce the number of foreign workers in the public sector, and provide a more balanced workforce that offers more job opportunities for citizens. Government Sourcing Solutions invented Cooperative Sourcing™ in and remains the leading consulting firm helping state and local governments with its implementation. We have worked with states and cities across the country, helping them save tens of millions of dollars and increasing the dollars going to small, minority and women owned businesses - all while significantly reducing staff.
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Description. This course provides the participant with a comprehensive overview of the sourcing process within the public sector. Essential elements, including pre-sourcing planning, needs assessment, specifications, scope of work, deliverables, procurement strategies, value analysis, and internal Sourcing in the public sector book processes, are explored.
Sourcing in the Public Sector offers a comprehensive understanding of the strategic process from requirements analysis through proposal evaluation.
Authors Carol Pettijohn, Ph.D. and Ken Babich, BCom, CPPO thoroughly explore the sourcing environment, the value of the sourcing process and the many tools agencies use to effectively support their Author: Carol Pettijohn, Ken Babich.
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Babich & Carole Pettijohn. sourcing can be used by the public sector although the differences suggest that a simple mandate within the public sector to use the commercial model without any adjustments is likely not possible.
These three overarching themes play a significant role in determining whether public sector agencies and departments are. Summary. This guide sets out the key issues that public sector organisations need to consider at each stage of the outsourcing process.
It also provides an up-to-date summary of recent developments, including key provisions of the revised EU procurement rules, which came into. The Public Sector is introduced within a three-part framework: public resource allocation, redistribution and regulation.
Jan-Erik Lane explains the basic concepts of each of these broad areas, and goes on to examine their consequences for various approaches to the making and implementation of public policy. not in the public sector, but had been in the private sector.
Steven previously worked for two public limited companies in the pharmaceutical industry, where he had been successful in improving and streamlining procurement functions. Steven has decided that his priorities in his new role are to develop a sourcing plan for selecting. In the public sector, outsourcing is the “contracting out” of functions that historically have In his book, “Outsourcing State and Local Government Service,” John O’Looney describes the decision to outsource governmental service as Delivery Report, Dawn Evans, President and CEO of the Sourcing Interest Group, observed that.
In the public sector, ethics addresses the fundamental premise of a public administrator's duty as a "steward" to the public. In other words, it is the moral justification and consideration for decisions and actions made during the completion of daily duties when working to provide the general services of government and nonprofit organizations.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Branding for the Public Sector presents powerful and effective branding strategies for the public sector illustrated through case studies and examples. The book covers branding architecture, brand vision, market research, brand perception, engagement.
Outsourcing in the public sector means "contracting out" functions that historically have been provided by public employees. The belief that there are functions best performed by the private sector is not new, and moving these functions from the public to the private sector requires a fair and open process in the public's best interest.
Outsourcing procurement in the public sector. Mandaluyong City, Philippines: Asian Development Bank, 1. Outsourcing.
Procurement. Public sector. Asian Development Bank. The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reﬂect the views and. A public sector example would be the PPP/PFI which is a sourcing option that can offer value for money in appropriate circumstances.
The process of generating options is an iterative process in that colleagues examine, discuss and criticise options and their. Government procurement or public procurement is the procurement of goods, services and works on behalf of a public authority, such as a government agency.
With 12 percent of global GDP ingovernment procurement accounts for a substantial part of the global economy. To prevent fraud, waste, corruption, or local protectionism, the laws of most countries regulate government procurement to. Implementation of the Government’s Efficiency Programme across the public sector.
Sustainable development and the role of public sector procurement as a possible lever for delivering wider policy objectives, for example, in areas such as: – Innovation and the harnessing of new ideas in the public sector. Strategic and performance management in the public sector provides an integrated management model for 21st century government organisations.
This book is a step-by-step presentation of the strategic and performance management process, starting with government policies and culminating in a comprehensive performance management system.
Book May with 2, the International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board issued new standard IPSAS 31 - Intangible assets. increased out-sourcing of government funded work.
This book provides an integrated approach to the study of public sector accounting, drawing together accounting theory and practice for each of the main areas of financial accounting, management accounting and auditing.
Examples from a range of Public Sector experience are woven into the text to illustrate the issues involved. The introduction of the book reflects managerial developments in Reviews: 2.
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The functioning of the public sector gives rise to considerable debate. Not only the efficiency and efficacy of the sector are at stake, but also i Recommend this title to your librarian. * Public sector: The part of national economy providing basic goods or services that are provided by the private sector.
It consists of national and local governments, their agencies, and their chartered bodies. The public sector is one of the largest sectors of any economy; in the US, for example, it accounts for about 20 percent of the entire.