Federal Transit Administration. Public transportation on Indian reservations program; tribal transit program. The resource shares an overview of the program which is presented in the case. Please go through the public transportation on Indian Reservations program, Tribal transit program and announcement. This case pertains to the assignment and provides more clarity on Indian/Tribal issues. It provides some demographic and contextual background of the culture within the presented case in the assignment.
Sahima Nazneen, Mahdi Rezapour, & Khaled Ksaibati. (2018). Determining Causal Factors of Severe Crashes on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation, Montana. Journal of Advanced Transportation, 2018. 1-7 This article was conducted to identify the contributory factors to fatal and injury crashes in the Fort Peck Indian Reservation (FPIR). The crash database covering ten years from 2005 to 2014 was obtained from the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT).
Federal Register. FY 2020 Competitive Funding Opportunity: Public Transportation on Indian Reservations Program; Tribal Transit Program This resource shares additional details from the funding opportunity as noted in the Signature Assignment case. It provides some demographic and contextual background of the culture within the presented case in the assignment.
Ottou, J. A. (2019). Gaps in procurement records management. International Journal of Procurement Management, 12(5), 493-517. The article explores gaps in procurement such as fragmentation of files, unavailability of certain required records, and different departments keeping fragmented files.
Elhag, T., Eapen, S., & Ballal, T. (2020). Moderating claims and disputes through collaborative procurement. Construction Innovation (Emerald Group Publishing Limited), 20(1), 2-32. This article reveals that the top causes of claims and disputes comprise the following: variations because clients initiated change requests; contractors selection on low bid only rather than including quality and performance considerations; and unfair risk allocation where the majority of risks are transferred to contractors.