On Thursday, October 26 Public Spend Forum will welcome guests from the public and private sector for a discussion on the potential for Share-in-Savings style contracting approaches to modernize legacy systems within the federal government.
First introduced in the E-Government Act of 2002, Share-in-Savings (SiS) contracts are distinct from traditional methods in two primary ways. First, they enable agencies to award contracts with little or no upfront funding. Second, they permit agencies to share future savings that result from the contract with vendor partners, and to retain the remaining share of those savings for other uses.
During this one hour webinar, we will explore how agencies may break from these legacy restrictions with an incremental approach combining SiS concepts with modern software delivery practices. We've assembled an all-star panel to answer questions and encourage consideration of this innovative procurement approach, and we'd like to introduce them here!
Please join Public Spend Forum and our esteemed panel for a presentation of existing systems that are strong candidates for SiS and other incentive-based approaches, and to discuss facilitators and inhibitors that a procurement team may face when pursuing such techniques. Registration is free for everyone and may be completed through our registration page