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Past Events

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The public sector is undergoing massive changes with greater fiscal spending, tax changes, constrained budgets and much more scrutiny and regulation. Public procurement and finance officials are keen to implement policies and programs to better manage ...
On Wednesday, June 6, Public Spend Forum convened a Technology Procurement Symposium to identify barriers to government’s adoption of emerging technology and to highlight companies of all sizes that are making a difference in the civic tech space. Held ...
Caribbean Heads of Procurement Gather at the CDB Conference We are delighted to publish a series of guest posts from Craig Brewin , about the Procurement issues arising from last year’s hurricane season, as covered at the CDB (Caribbean Development ...
The public sector is undergoing massive changes with greater fiscal spending, tax changes, constrained budgets and much more scrutiny and regulation. Public Procurement and Finance officials are keen to implement policies and programs to better manage ...
Experts from the private and public sector joined Public Spend Forum for a discussion on how principles of Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) can help procurement organizations create business value in support of their broader mission. For this ...
As a continuing part of our webinar series focused on helping chief procurement officers and acquisition executives understand the key skills and gaps of the procurement workforce, Public Spend Forum, in collaboration with NIGP, presented a second webinar ...
As part of our webinar series focused on helping Chief Procurement Officers and Acquisition Executives understand the key skills and gaps of the procurement workforce, Public Spend Forum, in collaboration with NIGP, provided an overview of the Public ...
What's the Number One most important thing that an organization can do succeed with procurement analytics? That question and several more were answered in a recent Public Spend Forum webinar with special guest Rob Handfied, Professor of Supply Chain ...