US Newsreel July 8, 2019

Flint’s Low Bid Bypass Faces Interference Allegations, Minority Misrepresentation in St. Louis Construction Bid, and US Cities Recognized for Sustainable Procurement By Paul Emanuelli  In this week’s newsreel, Flint faces political interference allegations, St. Louis deals with minority status [...]

Canadian and Global Newsreel July 2, 2019

Union Sues Toronto For Closed Shop Tendering, Hamilton Opens Door to Open Competition, and New Zealand Doubles Down on Sustainable Procurement By Paul Emanuelli  In this week’s newsreel, Toronto and Hamilton part company on close-shop tendering while the Phoenix [...]

A Canadian Perspective on Sustainable Procurement

This article was presented at the Transatlantic Workshop on Sustainable Public Procurement in New York City, NY in April 2019. Download the presentation here. This discussion offers a Canadian perspective on sustainable public procurement and covers structural barriers to policy implementation and an [...]