The Purchasing Law Handbook
Puts the law purchasing professionals need to know at their fingertips. The information is helpfully divided into three sections: Part A: The General Law, Part B: The Case Summaries, Part C: Issue Notes.
Products to Consider
Bidding and Tendering - What is the Law? 4th Edition
This edition will help you learn from the moves and mistakes of others. Not only does it explain the basic legal principles but it also fully updates you on changes to construction law since publication of the widely referenced third edition in 2004.
Government Procurement, 3rd Edition
This title 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.
The Public Purchasing Law Handbook
Public purchasing is governed by an ever-evolving web of laws, regulations, policies and guidelines. This one-stop guide for public purchasing professionals cuts through the complexities and misconceptions.