Tender processes must be conducted properly if the private sector is to tender with confidence. The rules of probity establish a process for public tenders, but they might also leave governments open to challenges from disappointed tenderers. Roy Weitzman of Minter Ellison Lawyers outlines the rules and draws lessons from two recent cases.
"Conduct unbecoming: Probity codes in tendering processes,"
Public Infrastructure Bulletin:
2, Article 3.
Available at: http://epublications.bond.edu.au/pib/vol1/iss2/3