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The Institute for Public Procurement is a member forum that supports public procurement practitioners to make a positive difference at work, in their communities and in the world. It has just released “Getting the Job Done in Public Procurement During Covid-19” — the results of several studies carried out earlier this year with federal, state and local authorities across the US.

In an interesting read for anyone working in the public sector, the research report describes what actually occurred in public procurement during Covid-19, identifies some common procurement challenges and accomplishments, and establishes important emergency management lessons.

The data used to analyse preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation of participating entities during the Covid-19 pandemic document how various public procurement departments responded to the pandemic in order to ‘get the job done.’

The report can be downloaded for free here.

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