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Procurement Rules: Decade of Data Increases Likelihood of Overhaul

by Cameron Sinclair •
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The Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) has analysed a decade of government procurement data, showing that around a third of the total contracted value was awarded without a competitive tender process and providing further impetus for an overhaul of Commonwealth Procurement Rules (CPRs).


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