A Study of the Concepts of Centralized and Cooperative Purchasing as they Relate to the City of Huron, Ohio
Babcock, Robert K.
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The general objective of this project has been to enable the author to obtain some first-hand experience in the field of Public Administration. As a means of fulfilling this goal, the author has worked as an assistant to the City Manager of Huron, Ohio. After considering a wide range of topics which were of interest to both the City and the author, the latter decided to study the concepts of centralized and cooperative purchasing as they relate to the City of Huron. The methodological approach used to study both concepts of purchasing may perhaps best be described as a combination of behavioralism and post-behavioralism. The initial groundwork for the study centered around an objective analysis of the City's 1971 invoices.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email email@example.com to request access to this SIP.