Contracting Out in Government: A Guide to Working with Outside Contractors to Supply Public Services
January 1989, Jossey-Bass
Build robust, sustainable working relationships with government contractors
As many facets of government grow increasingly dependent on outside contractors, the need for clear guidance on navigating these relationships is clear. Contracting Out in Government fulfills that need with expert discussion and practical advice, giving government employees a standard framework for handling the intricacies and nuances involved in relying on private companies for public services. From negotiations and contracts to rules, best practices and more, this book answers the perennial questions and clarifies complex situations that inevitably arise.