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Contract Management and Government Funding: An Instructional Case Study


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Gilmour, R and Wise, V 2007 , Contract Management and Government Funding: An Instructional Case Study.

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The primary subject matter of this case is the procedure for contract management in relation to the application for and granting of government funding to organisations. A secondary issue examined in the case concerns the adequacy and effectiveness of governance and accountability controls within organisations receiving public funds for the external supply of services. The case requires an understanding of audit planning and good governance and accountability principles.

This case has a difficulty level that makes it most suitable for senior level students in an Auditing/Corporate Governance/Business Ethics course. The case is designed to be taught in three class hours and would require about eight hours of out-of-class time which includes reading the case material and the articles and other items listed in the references.

Item Type: Report (Working Paper)
Authors/Creators:Gilmour, R and Wise, V
Keywords: Auditing, Corporate Governance, Business Ethics,contract management, government funding, case study, teaching case, governance, accountability, controls, public funding, audit planning, business ethics, New Zealand, Pipi Foundation
Publisher: University of Tasmania
DOI / ID Number: 1
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The Working Paper Series of the School of Accounting & Corporate Governance, University of Tasmania, is available only through UTas ePrints repository.

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