Public Spend Forum Europe – Public Procurement Highlights from this Week

Public Spend Forum is dedicated to public sector procurement and aims to be a global community and knowledge network for improving public procurement and the public sector market. In Europe alone, we are talking about well over a trillion Euros of money from taxpayers and citizens being spent by governments and public sector bodies. Worth doing well, you might consider.

Part of the PSF site is dedicated to Europe-related issues, and that is where you will find our articles and news stories from this week, and, on this occasion, from the holiday period. It will require a one-off, quick registration to view them. Please join us – follow the links in the summaries below.

The Five Factors That Shape How We Buy

Effective buying requires skill - here are five considerations to help you begin to determine the most suitable approach for different buying situations, identify what you might need to do to support your buying approach and the procedures and considerations to remain compliant, minimise risk and ultimately shape how you buy now and for the future.

A New Era For Big Data In Procurement

The Convergence of the Internet of Things, Blockchain, and Artificial Intelligence, Part 1 is an opinion piece by Bertrand Maltraverne discussing why he believes Procurement's approach to new technologies is wrong. While they have considerable potential for Procurement and Supply Chain management, the way Procurement thinks about them is jeopardising the chances for organisations to use them as a value/business enabler and not just as a mere tool.

And in other news ...

Start-Up Solution Helps Suppliers Find And Win Public Contracts

New Platform Launched For UK And International Trade

A Smarter State Needs Smarter Procurement

UK Rail Research And Innovation Network Launched

Russia Signs Next 10 Year State Arms Procurement Programme




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