Stewardship and Accountability in Public Contracting

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With the increasing scrutiny of public contracting today, the traditional unilateral perspective of contract management is no longer sufficient—therefore, a paradigm shift to a bilateral perspective is called for.

Now more than ever, the public demands several things from the government:

  • That the resources the public provides to the government be used judiciously,
  • That the government should view itself as a steward of those resources, and
  • That the government should be held accountable for how those resources are used.