Procurement & ERPs
- Chapter 15 in Management Policies in Local Government Finance.1 Posted on Blackboard.
- “Public procurement re-examined.”2 Posted on Blackboard.
- “Strategic Management in State Government Two Servants of the Same Master: Procurement and Finance”3
- “Competition and Federal Contractor Performance.”4
- City of Naperville, IL, Purchasing and Bids.
Enterprise Resource Planning
- Bart Perkinsi, What is ERP? Key features of top enterprise resource planning systems, CIO, February 22, 2019.
- Nathan Frey, Is It Time for the Public Sector to Move to ERP in the Cloud?, ISG
- Mark Ressler and Jason Takenouchi, ERP Implementations in the Public Sector: Special Challenges, Government Technology, October 18, 2018.
- Rainer Sommer, Public Sector ERP Implementation: Successfully Engaging Middle-Management!5 Posted on Blackboard.
The slides from today will be posted here.
Charles K. Coe, “Procurement,” in Management Policies in Local Government Finance, ed. John R. Bartle, W. Bartley Hildreth, and Justin Marlowe, 6th ed. (Washington, DC: ICMA Press, 2013). ↩︎
Khi V. Thai, “Public Procurement Re-Examined,” Journal of Public Procurement 1, no. 1 (2001): 9–50. ↩︎
Sawsan Abutabenjeh, “Strategic Management in State Government Two Servants of the Same Master: Procurement and Finance,” International Journal of Public Administration 44, no. 7 (2021): 607–21. ↩︎
Benjamin M. Brunjes, “Competition and Federal Contractor Performance,” Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory 30, no. 2 (2020): 202–19. ↩︎
Rainer Sommer, “Public Sector ERP Implementation: Successfully Engaging Middle-Management!” Communications of the IBIMA 2011 (2011). ↩︎