Public Spend Forum – Public Procurement Highlights from this Week

Public Spend Forum (PSF) is a public sector procurement global community and market intelligence platform dedicated to improving public procurement and the public sector market. It tackles universal public procurement issues and on its website you will find articles, podcasts, opinion pieces, discussion trails and news stories. GovShop is its platform for finding and connecting suppliers with the public sector market.

Recent highlights include:

Understanding the Cyber Market

Governments everywhere are seeking proven and innovative solutions to address the changing cyber landscape, from larger, global suppliers to emerging start-ups that are rapidly building innovative solutions. Because the marketplace is changing so fast, it can be a difficult task for procurement professionals to acquire cyber solutions. In Public Spend Forum’s webinar, they discuss the cyber landscape in the public sector and share tips for government contracting professionals on how to buy.

Sept 17, 2:00 pm ET (7pm BST) possibly a little on the late side for our European readers, at 8pm, but you can listen to the recording after the event – we’ll keep you posted. Register here

The Problem for Small and Local Suppliers – Barriers to Public Markets

One of the main challenges in public sector procurement that is preventing the public sector from implementing innovation and efficiencies is ‘engaging local suppliers.’ Public Spend Forum has often said, “to foster open, efficient and innovation-driven public sector markets, it is critical to first understand and remove barriers to entry in the market so governments can gain access to the required and most innovative capabilities of both incumbent and new suppliers.”

Read more here about a discussion that aims to tackle that.

And in other news ...

How EU Public Contract Winners Are Selected

EU Public Procurement Policy and the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Pushing and Pulling as One?

Global Lead Cities Network on Sustainable Public Procurement Brochure

Transport for London’s Procurement Process for the £1bn Silvertown Tunnel Contract Cited as Flawed

Crisis shipyard pockets £83m of public money despite not delivering on contracts

Public Sector Urged to Invest In Solar Power Now

Global IT Spending in Public Sector Market 

Share on Procurious

Discuss this:

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.