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Public Spend Forum: GovShop in response to Covid-19; Engaging with Government from a distance

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Public Spend Forum (PSF) is a public sector procurement global community and market intelligence platform dedicated to improving public buying everywhere. GovShop is its free-to-use global government market research tool for finding and connecting with suppliers. Here's the latest from PSF: GovShop in response to Covid-19 and Engaging with Government from a distance, plus public sector news stories.

Public Spend Forum – Public Procurement news from this week

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Public Spend Forum (PSF) is a public sector procurement global community and market intelligence platform dedicated to improving public buying everywhere. GovShop is its free-to-use government market research tool for finding and connecting with suppliers. Here's the latest from PSF.

Webinar - eProcurement: The Backbone of Digital Government — Spend Matters’ Jason Busch, Jarrod McAdoo of Ivalua, and Hal Good, Procurement Advisor and Futurist will be joining Public Spend Forum on Tue, Oct 13, 2:00 ‒ 3:00 pm EDT to talk about the critical role eProcurement plays in enabling a digital government.

Ms. Bossi Goes to Washington: An Interview with Jill Bossi, Ex-CPO and Candidate for US Senate, 2014, Part 2

Pierre asks Jill Bossi about term limits, the arguably dysfunctional two-party system in America and diversity among other things. Jill is a former CPO with The American Red Cross and decided to take her procurement skills to the federal government. In Part 2 of her interview with Pierre she explains how complicated things aren't necessarily good things.

Ms. Bossi goes to Washington: An interview with Jill Bossi, Ex-CPO and Candidate for US Senate, 2014, Part 1

In this three-part series, Pierre interviews former American Red Cross CPO Jill Bossi about her upcoming run for Senate with the American Party of South Carolina. The two discuss procurement in government as well as the shortcomings of the two party system, term limits and the complexity of strategic sourcing at the federal level.