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Collaboration in Public Procurement – New Paper Out Now

When do you think procurement collaboration in the UK public sector first started being considered seriously? OGC? The Buying Agency? A bit earlier? Might it […]

Advice On Managing Service Providers – From 1800!

I was in the Museum of English Rural Life at Reading University recently – a much more interesting place than I expected, actually, and well […]

What’s new in Procurement? Not a lot, suggests New Jersey in the 1920s

So, Chief Procurement Officer. You think you’re pretty clever, don’t you? With your aggregated sourcing strategy, category management, centralised shared services infrastructure, internal stakeholder engagement […]