IBM Center for The Business of Government RA Study

Dr. Wyld’s follow up study to his reverse auction report published by the Center in 2000 focuses on the potential of reverse auctions as a government procurement tool that saves money and time and improves transparency. Dr. Wyld presents a case study of the State Department and analyzes the potential for savings from reverse auctions across the government.

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Author: Dr. David Wyld

Publisher: IBM Center for the Business of Government

Released: OCTOBER 26, 2011

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