Resource and Training Gap: A Public Procurement Crisis

Related Publication: A related article on this topic was published in the October 2017 issue of Purchasing B2B magazine. Click here or on the image to view or download the one-page PDF article. By Paul Emanuelli The [...]

Breaking Trends in the Use of Negotiated RFPs

By Paul Emanuelli In a recent interview for a feature article by Purchasing B2B editor Michael Power on Procurement Law Trends, I noted that the use of negotiated RFPs has reached an irreversible tipping point across the Canadian public sector, with [...]

Paul Emanuelli Featured in Article on Procurement Law Trends

Paul Emanuelli was recently featured in a  Purchasing B2B article titled Procurement Law Trends: Legal experts take a look at the trends and issues affecting procurement law (February 2017 issue), by Purchasing B2B editor Michael Power (for the PDF version, click here or on the [...]

Advocate Daily Reports on Student Transportation Review

This article from the Advocate Daily features an interview with the Hon. Colin Campbell on the Student Transportation Competitive Procurement Review Report prepared by an independent review panel appointed by Minister of Education Liz Sandals. The three-member panel — comprised [...]

Paul Emanuelli Quoted in Calgary Herald on Golf Course Scandal

In a recent article titled, "Expert questions secret deal as golf course tab tops $9.3 million", Matt McClure of the Calgary Herald discusses a controversial sole-source that has become an issue in the Alberta election campaign, quoting extensively from an [...]

Emanuelli Presentation Featured in Diekmeyer Report

Peter Diekmeyer of the Diekmeyer Report highlighted the contribution of Paul Emanuelli to a recent Canadian Public Procurement Council forum in Montreal in his article "Government Purchasing Professionals Beef Up Expertise" in Purchasing B2B Magazine (October 2014): Learning from project [...]

CBC Interviews Emanuelli on Saskatchewan Housing Project

The Saskatchewan government found itself in a crossfire of criticism for cancelling a public housing construction project over a relatively minor extra-cost dispute with its contractor, Devereux Developments. Escalating news stories covering the controversial decision included the following reports, some of which feature commentary [...]