Modernizing Government: New Instruments for the Development of Quebec

The Conference Board of Canada, 33 pages, February 15, 2017
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The use of more effective tools or instruments developed elsewhere could increase productivity in Quebec. This briefing looks at a number of such tools—including contests and new government procurement policies—and they what they could do for Quebec.

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The use of more effective tools that have been proven to work elsewhere (particularly in the United States) would improve Quebec’s productivity and prosperity. The Quebec government could become more innovative and productive by adopting these instruments in its day-to-day operations.

This briefing looks at five specialized instruments—contests, intermediation, collaborative work, competitive challenges, and pre-commercial procurement. It examines how they have worked elsewhere and what they could do to drive Quebec’s economic and social development

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