The Influence of an Information Environment on Construction Organization's Culture: A Case Study

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Kenneth T. Sullivan ; Dean T. Kashiwagi ; Nathan Chong (2009)
  • Publisher: Hindawi Limited
  • Journal: Advances in Civil Engineering (issn: 1687-8086, eissn: 1687-8094)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1155/2009/387608
  • Subject: TA1-2040 | Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General) | Article Subject

Construction professionals have identified public contract law and bureaucratic procurement/contract offices as a source of problems in the construction industry. The culture within the United State's Federal Government Acquisitions is based on the Federal Acquisition R... View more
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