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, community notices, discussion trails and news stories. Some are country-specific, others global. It will require a one-off, quick registration to view them. If you feel strongly about making a difference in public sector procurement, please join us – follow the links in the summaries below. And follow us @PSpendForum to hear what we've been up to and what we've got in store.

UK Government Talks About How It Is Now Managing Its Strategic Supplier Relationships

In a recent Public Spend Forum webinar hosted by Raj Sharma (CEO and Founder), the UK Cabinet Office talked about its current strategy for managing key suppliers and shared its recommendations for more successful public sector SRM. State of Flux chairman Alan Day also joined the debate and discussed the recent findings from their annual survey on global best practice SRM. The discussion delves into some sound principles on which to base a holistic supplier management model and give real-life learnings from the government.

PSF Procurement Technology Market Intelligence Report

To help any government understand and deploy procurement technology in an accelerated manner, Public Spend Forum has created the Procurement Technology Market Intelligence Report to help answer questions like: What is procurement technology and why is it important? What types of procurement technology exist and how can they help buyers? How is the supplier landscape segmented? Which procurement technology vendors are likely to meet my needs? The report can be downloaded free of charge.

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