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In our last blog, we introduced you to step 1 of our Seven Steps to Better Market Research, which is to understand what you are buying. You’ll need to do some upfront research on the item or …
At Public Spend Forum, we think market research, expertise, and analysis is a critical capability for public sector contracting professionals. And we aren’t alone. In a study on workforce competencies commissioned by The …
The Innovation Procurement Platform has had a face-lift giving it a new, more modern design to help encourage more innovation in the European public sector. It provides public procurers and policy-makers with a go-to place for all the latest news and …
A comprehensive list of free GovCon tools contractors can use to stay up to date, respond to market trends and, snag those contracts. We all know that the GovCon market has some of the fiercest competition in the …
A look at the ways market experts determine which suppliers are reliable contractors and which will only cause problems Suppliers and reliable contractors are vital to almost every business. As such, your relationship with the government contractors you …
The first in a series of short webinars covering how to find professional services suppliers using GovShop, this 30-minute presentation covers an introduction to the searches you can perform on GovShop’s 80,000 professional services suppliers. Check out the full recording …
Every organization has needs involving facilities services & supplies. At GovShop, we have worked to identify and populate both cooperative agreements as well as suppliers in general that can be leveraged by government agencies across the U.S. This webinar walks …
Attendees joined Public Spend Forum and Kate Vitasek, University of Tennessee faculty member and founder of the Vested® business model, to learn how incorporating 5 simple “rules” can improve the effectiveness for services acquisition. Vitasek’s original research was funded by …
State and local governments use cooperative purchasing agreements to speed up procurement, leverage the buying power of government as a whole, accomplish more with fewer resources, and find the best suppliers. However, researching and finding the right coops can be …
[VIDEO_0] State and local governments use cooperative procurement agreements to speed up procurement, leverage buying power of government as a whole, and to find the best suppliers. However, researching and finding the right coops can be challenging time-consuming. Until now.