Remodelled and restyled e-procurement - New power relationships down under

Thomson, J 2009, 'Remodelled and restyled e-procurement - New power relationships down under', Electronic Journal of e-Government, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 183-194.


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Collection: Journal Articles

Title Remodelled and restyled e-procurement - New power relationships down under
Author(s) Thomson, J
Year 2009
Journal name Electronic Journal of e-Government
Volume number 7
Issue number 2
Start page 183
End page 194
Total pages 12
Publisher Academic Conferences Limited
Abstract This paper analyses the way in which a major public sector organisation undertakes its high tech e- procurements and its power relationships at the interface with its private sector suppliers. This is undertaken by examining the corporate governance of significant high tech e-procurements by the Australian Department of Defence. Comparative case study data of 106 e-procurements were undertaken by the author over the key client development period from concept to contract award, with a view to determining 'best practice' e-procurement process. The best practice model links technological developments with e-procurement power frameworks, and provides a public sector client with knowledge to realize new power relationships at the publicprivate interface through the remodelling and restyling of its e-procurement arrangements.
Subject Corporate Governance and Stakeholder Engagement
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Organisational Planning and Management
Keyword(s) e-governance
e-transactions
e-procurement
e-transparency
e-trust
e-project management
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