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Professional Integrity Needs a Health Check

There are signs that some clients are being stressed by the shortcomings of competitive bidding for consultancy services. Blacklisting for firms and individuals who don’t deliver on unrealistic promises imposed by bid documents shows that weary clients are making angry outbursts of frustration. But who is at fault? E. Pennells