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Excerpt from “A Procurement Compendium” Why do we assume that bigger is better in procurement terms? That, if I aggregate my spend, if I have more volume to offer the market, then I will get a better deal? Why …
NYC’s Journey to Procurement Digitization Digital procurement has the power to unlock significant capabilities for organizations that embrace change and commit to bringing formerly paper-driven tasks online. But as the rate of technology change has outpaced the public sector, many government organizations …
We welcome this guest post by Des Ward, director at Innopsis, the trade association for suppliers of digital infrastructure and services to the UK public sector? The recent announcement from the National Cyber Security …
New York City and Arizona are part of a growing e-procurement trend that cuts across the public sector and commercial industry. In a case study presented by the Governing Institute and Ivalua, we take a look at how these organizations are …
The “Military Virtual Training Market” shares the potential supply and demand, value, competition of the market as well as the top players to watch within this emerging market. Different organizations, manufacturers, and vendors also play a role in …
With the growth in adoption of technologies (like AI, cloud technology, IoT) to improve and speed up government facilities and services, whether local authorities providing online access to all sorts of records and forms, central government providing digital marketplaces, departments …
We are pleased to feature this personal opinion piece from Ian Fishwick, director of Innopsis, the trade association for digital infrastructure and services to the UK public sector. Around three years ago, I took my family to …
On Tuesday, September 10, Public Spend Forum hosted a panel discussion featuring representatives from the small business and startup community with an interest in selling their products and services to government. The purpose of the webinar was to kickoff Public …
There’s no question that the fourth technological revolution has dramatically reshaped the way we live, as much of our daily interactions are made through digital platforms. Indeed, Pew Research found that 3 in 10 Americans are almost constantly online, …
In the Juniper 2017 report, The Future of Cybercrime & Security: Enterprise Threats & Mitigation 2017-2022, it forecasts that the number of personal data records stolen by cybercriminals will reach 5 billion in 2020. Criminal data breaches are expected to …