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A Study on Government Procurement Act’s Influences on Economic and Society
Government procurement law,The most advantageous tender for heterogeneous procurement,Construction,Institutional theory,Innovation,
|Publication Year :||2019|
The government is usually the largest purchaser in a country. Because of the huge funds involved, government procurement and related agencies are regulated by the procurement laws and related regulations. Taiwan’s procurement law was implemented in May 1998. During the legislative period, it referred to the regulations of many advanced countries both in the East and West. And so far, it has experienced four changes in procurement models. The current model uses the most advantageous tender for heterogeneous procurement.
However, in the absence of consideration of the society, culture and customs of other countries, referring regulations of other countries then formulating ours without adjustments, we have faced many problems while implementing those regulations. Price-based, lowest-standard mode can still be seen in the most advantageous tender for heterogeneous procurement. Although our procurement system can be viewed as the trading behavior between the government and society, it should be adjusted further to follow global trend to meet the corporate social responsibility.
Government, as the largest purchaser, can be seen as a corporation. Once it takes these price-oriented regulations without the consideration of social values, it actually isn’t responsible for social welfare. This condition reflects in the social and culture aspects. When the government and its people emphasize the lowest prices, they do not fully consider the concerns of qualities and the problems caused to the environment, such situations will further affect the overall society, economy, innovation and environmental protection.
This thesis is divided into five chapters. First of all, explaining the procurement laws of Taiwan, the United States and Japan. Secondly, examining the implementation of procurement law from the perspective of construction industry and the society. Then, taking the author's personal engineering experience as an example, and based on the current regulations, the thesis summarizes the issues, which may possibly impact society and the economy, in Taiwan’s procurement law. It is expected this thesis could be the reference for government’s future adjustment of procurement law from a practical perspective.
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