Deploy Jason's playbook of healthy communication, small wins, and proven process exercises and we'll like our chances a lot better.
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Technology solutions hold much promise for public sector organizations, but without smart procurement practices these business opportunities won't attract the best suppliers in the procurement technology marketplace.
Public sector organizations may experience great benefit from business intelligence (BI) solutions, but not without diligence in the planning process to understand why they need it and which business challenges are to be solved.
For anyone tracking this thread, wanted to let you know that we are postponing this webinar and will reschedule for sometime in January or February. But we are still interested in feedback as that will help us build our agenda, so if you have thoughts on some of these questions ...
The City of Boulder, Colorado wants to deploy more drones to support municipal operations. Before they go full bore, they are gathering feedback from their citizens. Interesting! http://www.govtech.com/products/Boulder-Eyes-Municipal-Drone-Uses-but-Asks-Citizens-How-They-Feel-First.html ...
Director, U.S. GSA's Office of IT Schedule Contract Operations
Chief Procurement Officer, Commonwealth Of PA
Director, Purchasing & Contracting, County Of San Diego
Professor of Public Management, Harvard University