Service Delivery to the Handicapped: The Role of the Federal Procurement Process

Donaldson, William S.; Stephens, Thomas M.
June 1979
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Jun/Jul1979, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p9
Academic Journal
Part III. Focuses on the appeal-of-award supposition on the federal procurement process and service delivery to the handicapped in the United States. Proposal evaluation criteria; Impact of cronyism on the objectiveness of the processing of offers.


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