Public procurement: A public policy tool for resources management

Hoon Lee

DOI: 10.19085/journal.sijbpg030202


The United Nations assesses that defilement, pay off, robbery, and duty avoidance cost creating
nations about $1.26 trillion every year. That is double the total national output of all of Asia. These are
calming numbers undoubtedly. No one precisely knows exactly how much, yet a genuinely substantial
part of the misfortune will be from failures in broad public procurement.


Public procurement, public policy, challenges, resources management

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