Barriers to Entry in Government Markets
To better understand the barriers faced by all companies, large or small, new to government or incumbent, Public Spend Forum and GovShop are proud to work Ivalua and the Director of the Supply Chain Resource Center at North Carolina State University to launch a Barriers to Entry in Government Markets global study and survey. By gathering input from suppliers across industries, our goal is to identify the top barriers faced by suppliers.
Measuring Public Procurement Value
Governments around the world purchase approximately $10 trillion in goods and services to accomplish their missions, serve their citizens, and achieve public policy goals. How do government leaders and managers, policymakers, and citizens know the money is being spent effectively and efficiently?
Public Procurement Workforce Competency Model
The Public Procurement Workforce Competency Model (PPWCM) is a result of the collaboration among many stakeholders across the public procurement community including at the federal, state, and local levels. The PPWCM is also the result of nearly 4 years of work which was initiated and led by the Public Spend Forum, in collaboration with the Volcker Alliance and experts from across the public procurement landscape.
Increasingly, governments are looking to technology as a way to transform every process, from visualizing spending and researching markets to engaging suppliers. By taking these steps, public sector organizations can save 5% to 35% on their spending. Public Spend Forum has created the Procurement Technology Market Intelligence Report.