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About Shared Services
Procurement Management Contacts
Purchase Order Terms and Conditions
Cooperative Purchasing Contracts
Charlotte Cooperative Purchasing Alliance
History of PCAC
Infrastructure and Operations
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History of PCAC
Managed Competition Program
The City of Charlotte has an active managed competition program involved with reviewing City services for possible competition, optimization, or benchmarking with the private sector.
Managed competition in Charlotte, is an umbrella term for the host of activities contained in the City's competitive bid program. It describes a planned approach for service delivery, whether the service is outsourced (no public sector competition) or private sector firms are invited to compete against the public sector for the right to provide a particular service.
Managed competition is part of a larger strategy designed to address the problem of balancing scarce resources, little or no new revenues, and no property tax rate increases against escalating costs of and demands for City services.
to download an application for appointment to the Privatization and Competition Advisory Committee.
2007 Reason Foundation Article
Audit Bid Guide
City Council Gainsharing Plan
City Council Privatization Competition Policy
Employee Placement Policy
PCAC Charge from City Council
Procedure for Cure