In this chapter, Anthony Paul discusses procuring goods and services from local communities and local businesses. He looks at where the opportunities are for local to participate, the way that governments and companies have developed local procurement strategies that are effective and enduring, and how those companies design their procedures, by giving examples of these types of companies in different contexts. Professor Paul proposes three horizons of capacity building through procurement. Especially in local procurement, defining a local is important.
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