What would make state procurement policies most effective?

Procurement policies govern the state's purchases. Larger states buy billions of dollars of goods and services every year -- a number that may increase as leaders embrace privatization and outsourcing of public commodities. The public's ability to track government spending varies from state to state.

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What about contract management and oversight?

Contract management is a key component of effective procurement (both public and private)--a good contract is useless if no one is responsible for making sure it is being enforced. Was contract management addressed in the scoring criteria? I didn't see it, but maybe I missed it.

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