An assessment of the pierside procurement initiative
Lamm, David V.
McClain, John F. III
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The research focused on the background, implementation, and operation of Pierside Procurement sites throughout the United States and overseas. The research was conducted by a review of directives and policy guidance, field interviews, and visits with key individuals involved in the Pierside Procurement initiative. The intent of the study was to analyze the Pierside Procurement initiative, ascertain shortcomings, and make recommendations that offer viable solutions to these problems. This study also recommends areas for future study that may provide insight into improving the Pierside Procurement process.
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