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Acquisition Management in Public Institutions on Higher Education of Mexico

 |  May 29, 2018

By Ana Ma. Guillén Jiménez, Rafael Ernesto Carranza Prieto & Sonia Elizabeth Maldonado Radillo
(Universidad Autónoma de Baja California)

This paper describes the acquisition management of goods and services effects by Mexican higher education institutions. The study methodology is based on documental compilation from requirements of the legal framework established regarding this topic. The analysis was performed using the thematic analysis technique, which belongs to analysis of content. The empirical results show that, in Mexico, higher education institutions, which buy, sell or lease any goods or services, must adopt established procedures in laws and regulations. These regulations and laws are: Public bidding procedure, Invitation for at least three persons and direct adjudication. This research contributes to the construction of a theoretical reference framework on procurement procedures for goods and services used by the Mexican public universities.

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