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Procurement Methods in Kenya – A Step Towards Transparency?

Annika Engelbert, Nina Reit, Laurence Westen


The Kenyan legislation on public procurement is currently subject to review until 2014. Given the fact that procurement is an area of public administration highly vulnerable to corruptive activities, special focus needs to be laid on the eligibility of the procurement system to exercise effective corruption control. This article argues that the design of procurement methods faces the challenge to be both comprehensive and comprehensible in order to make it feasible to cu


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