In January, the New Jersey Department of the Treasury announced plans to implement a privately designed electronic management system for public contract bidding. While the planning for the new system is still in its early stages, and its impact is not yet known, many are hopeful that the system will prove to be a meaningful step down the long road of New Jersey public bidding and procurement reform.
Reforming N.J.'s Public Bidding System
New Jersey Law Journal
March 14, 2013
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