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Modernizing Government Technology Through Micropurchasing Authorities And Modular Techniques

On a special episode of the Public Procurement Leaders podcast, guest host Frank McNally talks with technologists in the public and private sector about modernizing government technology using micropurchasing and modular procurement techniques. 

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Technology Procurement Symposium: Watch Videos, Download Slides, Check Out Photo Gallery

Held in Los Angeles and in collaboration with Mayor Garcetti’s office, this event showcased the technologies and approaches that are disrupting public procurement and the technology buying process.

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Harrison Smith Talks Lean and the Opportunity Costs of Inefficiency

Harrison Smith continues to create positive change for his organization and his stakeholders as Deputy Chief Procurement Officer at IRS. Listen as he discusses how to champion change in government through lean methods and good old fashioned listening.

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