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With no Food and Drug Administration-approved vaccines or therapies for the disease, legacy drugmakers and small startups alike have stepped forward with plans to develop vaccines or treatments that target the infection caused by COVID-19. Many of the companies that …
A consolidation of useful resources for the govcon community It’s hammer time, America. For the next four weeks, and perhaps longer, our economy will face unprecedented conditions and challenges for which there is no playbook. As more states …
As the world mobilizes to respond to COVID-19, procurement has a central role. The availability of supply and agile use of resources is critical for mobilization. In my position, I talk with multiple public procurement officers in any given week, and …
Spend Matters recently invited Eved’s founder and CEO, Talia Mashiach, to submit a guest article on how procurement organizations can navigate through supplier negotiations given recent conference and event cancellations. Eved is a spend management and payments platform built for …
For my first official BLOG entry (are they called entries? Oh well, mine are called entries now), I have been overwhelmed with ideas. This specific post has had multiple titles and themes as I chase each shiny object that illuminates …
The “Blockchain Government Market” report is a comprehensive addition to Verified Market Research’s archive of market research studies. It offers detailed research and analysis of key aspects of the blockchain government market. The market analysts authoring this report provided in-depth information …
Why should you even care? First, let me start by saying, I AM NOT the world’s foremost expert on public procurement. Public procurement is simply too broad and diverse for such a single person to exist. There are hundreds of …
We are delighted to feature this guest post from one of our readers, Romy Hughes, director at change management consultancy, Brightman. If you have primarily worked in the private sector, one thing that will stand out if you ever …
At Public Spend Forum, we are lucky to get a global audience of public procurement and public sector market professionals engaging with us from across the world. We are also fortunate to have some amazing leaders from across …
Because no one is coming, and we’re tired of waiting. Because none of us can avoid bureaucracy, but we can all choose how to engage it. Because fairness and competition need a better role model. Because the …