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competitive tendering in the netherlands: central planning vs. functional specifications

 
Titel
Competitive tendering in The Netherlands: Central planning vs. functional specifications
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Van de Velde, D.M., W.W. Veeneman and L. Lutje Schipholt (2008): Competitive tendering in The Netherlands: Central planning vs. functional specifications, pp. 1152–1162. In: Transportation Research Part A, 42.

Auteurs
Wijnand Veeneman
Beschrijving

The competitive tendering regime introduced in The Netherlands in 2001 aims at stimulating innovation in service design. One can observe, in the meantime, a variety of arrangements as transport authorities vary considerably in the level of service design freedom they give to operators, both in tendering and within contracts. This paper presents facts and problems encountered and uses the results of a stakeholder evaluation of current practices to formulate perspectives for further improvements of the, by and large, current positive results of competitive tendering in public transport.

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