Better value from public infrastructure procurement
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Corruption in public procurement comes at a huge price to government, industry and citizens; it leads to untold
costs in terms of the environment, jobs and lives. The infrastructure sector is no exception to this: corruption, alongside mismanagement and inefficiency, is having unprecedented ramifications for stability and progress in the sector. Based on widespread stakeholder interest and extensive research, in this policy brief we advocate a model for public infrastructure procurement in South Africa that has proven efficient and effective in almost twenty other countries around the world.