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'. The Impact of Compulsory Competitive Tendering on Refuse Collection Services STEFAN SZYMANSKI1 I. INTRODUCTION 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. Graham Stringer coined the phrase Enforced Tendering (ET), and this was the term generally used in Manchester when referring to the process of Compulsory Competitive Tendering (CCT) that came about as a result of the Local Government Act. Property Management and Compulsory Competitive Tendering Property Management and Compulsory Competitive Tendering Tom Putt The extension of compulsory, competitive tendering to professional services, against a background of local government reform is generating an atmosphere of organizational and operational uncertainty.
Get this from a library! Competing for building maintenance: direct labour organisations and compulsory competitive tendering. [Bruce Walker; Great Britain. Department of the Environment.] -- Report based on research carried out for the Department of the Environment by a research team at the Institute of Local Government Studies, University of Birmingham. Oct 01, · The Conservative Government's Local Government Act extended compulsory tendering to a wide range of local authority services mainly supplied in the past by Cited by: The introduction of Compulsory Competitive Tendering (CCT) to sport and leisure management has proved to be one of the most significant developments in the history of local authority sport and leisure provision in the UK. Local authority facility managers and staff now have to compete in the marketplace for the right to continue to manage and operate sports and leisure nuamooreaid.com by: 7. Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v 1 A full bibliographic record is available from the University of.
Westminster: Westminster has a strategy of tendering small housing management contracts, usually with between dwellings per contract. This makes them more attractive to contractors and housing associations. Clearly, Westminster's rolling programme of tendering housing management contracts has been used by some. Book a school visit, classroom workshop or teacher-training session. Compulsory competitive tendering of council house management. Published Tuesday, March 8, Compulsory competitive tendering of council house management. House of Commons Library Research Paper 94/ Jump to . Housing, Community, and Conflict compulsory competitive tendering concept Conservative consumer context council estates council housing council tenants decision-making democracy democratic disabilities discourse economic empowerment estate regeneration eviction factors feminists forms framework funding Furbey game-theory Glasgow groups. PINCH P. L. and PATTERSON A. () Public sector restructuring and regional development: the impact of compulsory competitive tendering in the UK, Reg. Studies 34, ‐