Censeo Consulting – A 2015 Spend Matters 50/50 Provider to Know

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Censeo Consulting is one of our 50 Providers to Know. We will be highlighting 100 companies (50 to Know, 50 to Watch) from our 2015 Spend Matters Almanac over the span of 100 days. Practitioners are encouraged to browse the categories listed in our Almanac to find the provider that best fits their needs.

In this political season of primary bickering, there’s one thing that aspiring presidential candidates from both sides of the political aisle can agree on. And that’s the value that more effective spending (and government procurement) can bring to citizens and taxpayers — not to mention government and mission-driven organizations themselves.

Censeo Consulting, a boutique consultancy based in Washington, D.C., has been one of the top champions for better public and social sector procurement in the past decade, earning a worthy spot on the Spend Matters “50 to Know” list for 2015. The firm delivers a range of procurement, supply chain and technology advisory services to four primary sectors: federal civilian, national security, education and nonprofit. Clients include the Department of State, the U.S. Army, the Department of Commerce and the General Services Administration.

Censeo’s practice groups target four areas: program planning and evaluation, organization and operational effectiveness, CIO advisory and procurement and sourcing. But it doesn’t just zero in on addressing tactical project requirements. Censeo is also focused on elevating issues and using procurement and related areas to achieve better social outcomes for its clients.

Please join us in welcoming Censeo Consulting to the Spend Matters 50/50 list for 2015 – and celebrating the difference the firm has made in elevating the role and potential of procurement to drive better outcomes for government and mission-driven organizations alike.

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