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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.
What’s the spending strategy here? Simply this: A culture that values innovation seeks solutions for smarter ways to work
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.
Learn how to manage large portfolios or programs so all vendors are aligned to mission delivery, transparency is encouraged, and the adoption of a “badgeless culture” can be baked into contracts.
To those who don’t work in procurement, the debate about the merits of Lowest Price Technically Acceptable (LPTA) vs. Best Value source-selection processes can be confusing. But like it or not, these concepts can play a critical role in the success of government programs, so it’s worth developing a basic understanding of the issues. WhatRead… Read more »
Here are three ways your agency can factor diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) into its procurements and fulfill its social responsibilities.
Agencies relying on the traditional design-bid-build process will struggle to make progress on the backlog of facilities work needing to be done.
Government procurement organizations have faced three primary challenges during the pandemic: opacity, corruption and failure to integrate adequte policies.
Our jobs should be to ensure that the goods and services we procure meet minimum cybersecurity/data requirements.So take a look at what your organization’s Ts and Cs are and see how out of date they are.