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Procurement Review: A Practitioner's Guide (Print + ProView online)
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Procurement Review: A Practitioner's Guide is a practical guide to the bid challenge process conducted by the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT), and issues that arise in procurements conducted by the federal government. It is directed at those in the trenches who want to understand the process and how the CITT has interpreted the relevant trade agreements. The book provides practical advice for complainants and for government institutions defending against complaints. As a regulatory body standing judgment over federal procurements, the CITT decisions effectively establish policies governing procurement. The book pieces together the CITT decisions for purposes of elucidating those policies. It also provides commentary on the CITT case law. Get FREE eBook access with your looseleaf subscription(s) This title has become a part of Thomson Reuters ProView™, which means you'll have eBook access to all the content as part of your looseleaf print subscription. About Thomson Reuters ProView™ Not just any eReader, Thomson Reuters ProView is a free, professional-grade platform that gives you the freedom to work however, whenever, and wherever you want, with access to your Thomson Reuters eBooks online and offline. With our ProView eBooks, you can:
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À propos de l'auteur
David M. Attwater was legal counsel to the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) between 1991 and 1997. Since 1997, he has been practicing in the private sector, and is presently a sole practitioner specializing in government procurement and contracting. Since 2000, David has been a standing agent for the Attorney General of Canada representing the Department of Public Works and Government Services before the CITT, and in the federal courts. In 2005, he was appointed a standing agent for the Attorney General of Canada on behalf of the Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. He has assisted numerous other federal contracting authorities including the Library of Parliament, the National Gallery of Canada, the Department of National Defence, Defence Construction Canada, Canada Post, Canada Customs and Revenue Agency, the National Research Council and Heritage Canada. He also represents private sector clients before the CITT, in the federal courts, and with their government relations. David has published several articles, and has spoken at numerous conferences, on federal procurement, and is the author of the book Procurement Review: A Practitioner’s Guide, looseleaf (Scarborough: Carswell, 2001-).