At Public Spend Forum, we are lucky to get a global audience of public procurement and public sector market professionals engaging with us from across the world. We are also fortunate to have some amazing leaders from across the public procurement ecosystem provide their insights as guest contributors on our blogs.
So we thought, as we start off 2020, let’s take a look at which articles and pages were read the most. The pieces that stand out range from emerging tech-focused articles to career advice to the never dying fajita bandit of public procurement. Who would’ve thought!
Thank you to Emilio Franco, Spence Witten, Kate Vitasec, David Wyld, Bertrand Malteverne, and our writers Frank McNally, Ash Bedi.
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Below are the top articles and pages … enjoy!
A Vested Approach to Services Acquisition – Kate Vitasek, Faculty, Graduate and Executive Education, University of Tennessee; Founder, Vested Outsourcing
Agile Procurement for the Public Sector – Emilio Franco, Sr. Director of Procurement Business Modernization, Procurement Canada
5 Reasons You Should Take a Job in Public Procurement – Peter Smith, CEO- Procurement Excellence, London
How to Calculate FTE Work Hours in a Year – Frank McNally, Director of Learning, Public Spend Forum
Tips for Buying Cybersecurity Products and Services – Spence Witten, Government Sales Hacker
What Can Blockchain Do for Public Procurement – Bertrand Maltaverne, Procurement Digitalist, Austria
Augmented and Virtual Reality Applications in Government – Raj Sharma, CEO, Public Spend Forum
The Four Value Levers of Public Procurement – Ash Bedi, Director of Research, Public Spend Forum
Procurement Innovation – What Does It Really Mean – Peter Smith, Managing Director, Public Spend Forum Europe
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The Tale of the Great Texas Fajita Bandit – David Wyld, Professor, Southeastern Louisiana University