If you scan the headlines (or have the right Google Alerts set up), you see that states all across the U.S. are wrestling with reforming their procurement processes, either in response to high-profile problems, or a need to find efficiency in an era of tight budgets. The National Association of State Purchasing Officials (NASPO) have put together an exhaustive guide to the efforts underway or in the recent past, looking at common concerns, directives, etc. Some of the states currently looking to improve their system include Maryland, Illinois, New Mexico, Texas and Illinois.

To walk through the whole guide, visit NASPO’s online version.

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