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Past Events

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Join Public Spend Forum and industry suppliers for a discussion outlining advice on structuring solicitations for public procurement technology. Hear from suppliers on what makes a good solicitation and key issues they face in the public sector as part ...
Buying procurement technology, like any technology, can be a complex endeavor. It requires an understanding of which facets of procurement you're trying to improve, which technologies in the market are best suited to your specific problems, and how best ...
Buying procurement technology, like any technology, can be a complex endeavor. It requires an understanding of which facets of procurement you're trying to improve, which technologies in the market are best suited to your specific problems, and how best ...
If you are curious about how drones are used in the public sector and want to learn how to buy them, then this pre-recorded webinar will get you on the right track.  Drones are doing amazing work in the public sector, from creating 3D models of large ...
To watch the full video, scroll down! Governments at all levels are grappling with the need to invest in new technologies and modernize their legacy systems. But lack of resources and capital investment dollars can often prevent that from happening. ...
A faction of public procurement professionals and digital service gurus have been discussing a procurement mechanism whereby agencies can launch IT projects with little or no upfront funding, instead, paying the contractor a share of the savings generated ...
Changes in regulation have enabled commercial drone operators to enter new fields and provide diverse services at lower cost and with enhanced safety and efficiency. Many agencies are either unaware that drones as a service is an option or don’t understand ...
Technology is changing procurement—in nearly all aspects. Yet, adoption of technology in the public sector, in spite of global government spending almost $10 trillion every year, is very low. Public Spend Forum, in collaboration with academia ...