2 edition of Compulsory competitive tendering in local government found in the catalog.
Compulsory competitive tendering in local government
by University of Northumbria at Newcastle, Department of Economics and Government in Newcastle upon Tyne
Written in English
|Statement||John Fenwick, Keith Shaw and Anne Foreman.|
|Contributions||Shaw, Keith., Foreman, Anne., Universityof Northumbria at Newcastle. Department of Economics and Government.|
the introduction of compulsory competitive tendering (CCT) formed one of the central strategies in these attempts - particularly within the National Health Service (NHS) and local government. For example, Cousins (), Goodwin and Pinch () and Mohan () have examined the implications of these changes for employment and the quality of. Source: Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Municipal Engineer, Vol Issue 2, 1 Jun (79–83) COMPULSORY COMPETITIVE TENDERING. (REPORT OF A CONFERENCE ORGANIZED BY THE ICE'S NORTH WEST DIVISION, HELD IN MANCHESTER ON 22 MARCH ).Cited by: 2.
The main subject of this work is the current debate over the role of government on sport, stimulated by the introduction of compulsory competitive tendering for local government sports facilities. Following an introductory chapter, the authors explore the history of government intervention on the sports market from pre-industrial times to the Author: Chris Gratton, Peter Taylor. Describes the nature of this reform programme and argues that these reforms restrict the autonomy and managerial freedom of local government. Uses a large city council to examine the areas of – the purchaser-provider split (Compulsory Competitive Tendering), strategy formation, contractualism, financial management and quality management.
Scottish Affairs, founded in , is the leading forum for debate on Scottish current affairs.. Its predecessor was Scottish Government Yearbooks, published by the University of Edinburgh's 'Unit for the Study of Government in Scotland' between and The movement towards the setting up the Scottish Parliament in the s, and then the debate in and around the Author: Esther Breitenbach. Looking for abbreviations of CCT? It is Compulsory Competitive Tendering. Compulsory Competitive Tendering listed as CCT. Compulsory Competitive Tendering - How is Compulsory Competitive Tendering abbreviated? the legislation did not specify any particular local government services as being eligible for, or Compulsory Primary Education.
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Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Compulsory competitive tendering in local government. [Winteringham, South Humberside]: Earlsgate Press, . Local authority experience of compulsory competitive tendering Downloads A new study by Nirmala Rao and Ken Young considers the impact of enforced competition upon local authorities and finds that it has propelled authorities into a period of far- reaching change in management processes, manager behaviour and organisational 'culture'.
One of the most significant developments affecting local government in the past fifteen years has been the imposition of compulsory competitive tendering. Initially compulsory competitive tendering (CCT), as imposed by the local Government, Planning and Land Actonly affected the ability of local authorities to perform construction and maintenance work via their Direct.
Kerley, R. and Wynn, D. () ‘Competitive Tendering: The Transition to Contracting in Scottish Local Authorities’, Local Government Studies (September/October), pp.
35–41 Google Scholar LGIU () CCT on the Record: A Review of Compulsory Competitive Tendering under the Local Government Act (London: Local Government Information Unit).Cited by: 6. Between andlocal authorities in the UK were required by the Local Government, Planning and Land Actand later by the Local Government Acts of and to demonstrate competitiveness in procurement through a statutory Compulsory Competitive Tendering (CCT) procedure regulated by the Secretary of State.
The Conservative Government's Local Government Act extended compulsory tendering to a wide range of local authority services mainly supplied in the past by public departments in-house. This article reviews why the legislation was introduced; considers the evidence on efficiency savings from competitive tendering; details the services Cited by: COVID Resources.
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From the start, inthere were cuts in government funding for councils. The Local Government, Planning and Land Act introduced a new 'block grant' and compulsory competitive tendering. With the passing of the Local government (competitive tendering) act Victoria's public library sector became the first in the world to be exposed to compulsory competitive tendering (CCT).
As a consequence, between anda large number of Victorian public library services were tendered out and subsequently managed on a contractual.
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Free shipping for many products. the adoption of a compulsory model of competitive tendering in local government. This was intended to restrict the discretionary powers of local government and to introduce new management priorities based on cost considerations (Colling,2). Moreover, it was envisaged by Conservative politicians that compulsory competitive.
Compulsory competitive tendering (CCT) led to the externalisation of swathes of local government services to the private sector (Rao and Young ;Walsh et. Trust and contracts: Relationships in local government, health and public services [Andrew Coulson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This is a book about trust - in local government, in the health service, in military leaders, in politicians - between regulators and those they regulate. It starts from first principlesFormat: Paperback.
Of all the changes introduced by the –97 Conservative Governments, perhaps the most fundamental and far-reaching were those associated with compulsory competitive tendering (CCT). Successive legislative enactments forced local authorities to put specified services out to competitive tender on terms and time-scales established by the by: 8.
Enabling or Disabling Local Government: Choices for the Future (Public Policy and Management) [Steve Leach, Howard Davis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Over the past ten years or so there has been an unprecedented amount of change in the world of British local government: for instance the growth of Compulsory Competitive Tendering; the Cited by: 5.
Compulsory competitive tendering (CCT) will become a reality in Northern Ireland's 26 local authorities in despite local cross-party opposition to the proposals. That such legislation, informed by conservative principles of privatization, would finally permeate the relatively small scale forum of Northern Ireland local government was considered both unlikely and : C.
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Bennett. Through the Local Government Planning and Land Act () and the Local Government Act (), local authorities have been re-quired to subject more and more of their services to competitive tendering. Services identified for this compulsory competitive ten-dering (CCT) may be carried out by a local authority’s own em-File Size: 36KB.
Compulsory competitive tendering (CCT) of blue-collar services such as refuse collection and street cleaning was introduced in the UK by the Local Government Act This law, imposed by central government, obliged elected local authorities to expose specific services to competitive tendering at fixed intervals and subject to national guidelines.
During the amalgamation of local councils in Victoria in the early s, the MAV campaigned against the compulsory competitive tendering introduced for the 78 new councils created after the process, arguing that it had significant impacts on both council employees and arters: Melbourne, Australia.The Government’s Programme, following its election inincluded privatising all local government services, enshrined in the Local Government Acts of and The mechanism for doing this was called ‘Compulsory Competitive Tendering’ (CCT), which meant that the private sector had to be invited to bid for contracts to run the.Downloadable!
The Conservative Government's Local Government Act extended compulsory tendering to a wide range of local authority services mainly supplied in the past by public departments in-house. This article reviews why the legislation was introduced; considers the evidence on efficiency savings from competitive tendering; details the services affected; .