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A study from Capgemini in conjunction with consortium partners Sogeti, IDC and Politecnico di Milano, highlights the status of Europe’s digital government transformation and looks at how far public sector organisations are taking the steps necessary to achieve shared eGovernment …
State of Flux has launched the latest edition of their SRM (supplier relationship management) report. This has become a regular and valuable report over the past ten years, coming from the consulting firm that has really made the SRM space …
ShipServ, procurement platform for the maritime industry, have an interesting report out called “e-Procurement in maritime: a roadmap to 2021 and beyond.” It is aimed at C-level executives, senior managers and procurement managers in the maritime industry. It lays out the …
Latest research from the Federation of Small Businesses finds that although the UK Government has introduced many improvements to its technology procurement processes to make them more open to all organisations, small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) are still awarded …
Examples of the use of technology in the fight against corruption is presented in a new report launched at the International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC). The report has been initiated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of …
New Local Government Network (NLGN) is an independent think tank that seeks to transform UK public services. It has published a report on the government’s inability to capture detailed information on procurement with the private sector and why that is …
The Independent Commission for Aid Impact has released a report “Achieving value for money through procurement,” which is a performance review of DFID – the Department for International Development. In 2016-17 DFID spent £1.4 billion, or 14% of its budget, …
TI has launched its latest report rating 40 countries that are signatories to the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention on how actively they fulfil their obligation to investigate, prosecute and punish companies who bribe officials in foreign countries. Exporting Corruption reveals that …
Spending on cloud services could reach billions in 2018, GSA moves closer to replacing DUNS, and a new GAO report calls out major cyber security challenges. All this and more in Public Spend Forum’s Weekly Roundup for September …
We missed this over the holiday period: The British Library website, under social welfare, houses a paper by Newcastle Council for Voluntary Service on the potential and unintentional effects of public sector contracting and procurement. It takes a number of …