Government Regulation and Corporate Best Business Practices: Mitigating Public Procurement Fraud - A Doctoral Study

February 13, 2013

You are graciously invited to participate in a doctoral research study. The researcher pledges to donate one dollar for each completed and returned survey to the Wounded Warrior Project charity.

The focus of the doctoral study is on potential relationships that may exist between government regulation, corporate best business practices, and public procurement fraud. The purpose of this research is to examine the effectiveness of federal regulations and corporate reputation on public procurement fraud reduction through the opinions of public procurement and acquisitions professionals. Your invitation is critical to this study because you possess unique knowledge of the federal procurement and acquisitions process. The completion and submission of this survey will serve as your consent for the researcher to include submitted responses in this study’s data analysis.

Your participation in this doctoral research study is voluntary, and you may choose not to participate without repercussions of any kind. Please note that individual responses will be treated as confidential at all times during this study, and kept in a safe and secure location for a minimum of five years before being destroyed. No individually identifiable information is disclosed or published, and all results will be presented as aggregate, summary data. Should you desire a copy of the results of this research survey, please check yes and enter your email address in the space provided at the end of the survey.


Please respond to the survey by Feb 24, 2013.

To participate in the survey, please click on this link


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