The international public procurement evolution : new strategic challenges met in collaboration with internal audit advisory services
Title: The international public procurement evolution : new strategic challenges met in collaboration with internal audit advisory services
Citation: Academic journal of interdisciplinary studies, 2018, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 193-205
ISSN: 2281-3993; 2281-4612
This study identifies and evaluates some of the major procurement issues met currently by international organizations both in private and public sectors. It deals with strategic procurement decision-making like outsourcing and market globalization, concessions set up, business continuity and contracting typology transformations. Such dynamic changes are deployed in a context of increased concern about the application of liberal procurement principles, which drive towards a series of improvements at the procedures and documentation level. The authors relate this evolution with the Internal Audit consulting perspective, which is still a recent endeavor, but in progress and dynamically expanding. European Union and related Agencies and Institutions are usually spearheading towards this direction offering lessons learned for further consideration.
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