VOLUME 17, NUMBERS 1, SPRING 2017

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VOLUME 17, NUMBERS 2, SUMMER 2017

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BOOK REVIEW


VOLUME 17, NUMBERS 3, FALL 2017

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Infusing Value for Money (VfM) into the Public Procurement
System in Botswana
.............................................................................. 281
E. Botlhale

Forecasting Foreign Currency Exchange Rates for Department
of Defense Budgeting
............................................................................. 315
N. R. Gardner, J. D. Ritschel, E. D. White, and A. T. Wallen

Explaining SME Participation and Success in Public
Procurement Using a Capability-Based Model of Tendering
........ 337
A. Flynn and P. Davis

Transformative Thinking, Transformative Doing............................ 373
S. Chua

The Practice of Performance-Based Contracting in
Developing Countries’ Public Procurement: The Case
of Ethiopia
............................................................................................... 402
B. A. Ambaw and J. Telgen


VOLUME 17, NUMBERS 4, WINTER 2017

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Cross-Country Learning in Public Procurement:  An
Exploratory Study
................................................................................. 449
K. Nijboer, S. Senden and J. Telgen

Public Capital Asset Management: A Holistic Perspective .......... 483
Y. Lu

Deliverable Accountability, Change Management and Breach
in Consultancy Contracts: A Comparative Study of World Bank

Versus Europeaid Funded Projects
…………………………….......… 525
Y. G. Saad

An Organizational Perspective on the Implementation of
Strategic Goals in Public Procurement
........................................... 572
A. H. Glas, M. Schaupp and M. Essig

 

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News Release

The 8th International Public Procurement Conference, another Success

The 8th International Public Procurement was held in Arusha, Tanzania, August 8-10, 2018, was a success. There were:
- 103 paper proposals;
- 71 submitted papers;
- 56 paper presentations (five authors could not attend IPPC8 for a variety of reasons including last minute job demand, and passport application problems;
- 27 panels on various themes; and
- 312 participants from 46 countries.

In addition to the reported data above, IPPC8 had an intangible impact: IPPC became a more recognized and respected procurement conference in Africa.

IPPC is one of a very few conferences, if not the only one, to have refereed publications for distributions at the conference. All papers are now under peer review for publication in our conference book which will be published timely for our IPPC8 distributions.

The Hon. Dr. Phillip I. Mpango, Minister of Planning of the national government of Tanzania, flew in from the nation’s capital, to give an opening speech Read more..

Deadline for paper proposal submissions 15th September 2019
Notification of acceptance of paper proposals 30th September 2019
Closing date for full paper submissions 1st February 2020
Notification of acceptance of full papers 30th April 2020

Early registration (with reduced fees)

Before 15th May 2020

Paper Preparation Guidelines. The general format of the manuscript should be as follows....

The deadline for Abstract/Paper Proposal Submissions (IPPC9) is 30th September, 2019...