Maintaining a tight grip on procurement has been a long-standing challenge for governments of all sizes – but there are best practices to help ease the burden.
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Many states have conducted disparity studies to discover if inequities exist in public procurement that adversely affect women’s business or minority business enterprises. Unsurprisingly, they do.
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Here are three ways your agency can factor diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) into its procurements and fulfill its social responsibilities.
The more familiar customers are with the offerings on a contract, the easier it is to make efficient procurements the norm rather than the exception.
Government procurement organizations have faced three primary challenges during the pandemic: opacity, corruption and failure to integrate adequte policies.
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