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Great conversation and podcast with Jay Nath, Chief Innovation Officer for the City of San Francisco. The work he and his colleagues have done to make government a better service provider and a viable customer for entreprenuers the world over …
We are back with new episodes of the Public Impact Podcast, the only podcast telling stories of success and innovation in the public sector. These are stories that you won’t always read in the newspaper, but that need to shared and …
The European Commission has announced that its Buying Green! Handbook has now been fully translated and is available in all 23 EU languages. So if you want to read all about green procurement and sustainability issues in Swedish or Hungarian, …
This is our weekly European public procurement news round-up. We will be bringing you recent public sector stories and information from around Europe’s news portals, reporting on how more than a trillion Euros of taxpayer money is being spent. This …
If you scan the headlines (or have the right Google Alerts set up), you see that states all across the U.S. are wrestling with reforming their procurement processes, either in response to high-profile problems, or a need to find efficiency in …
With so much happening at the local, state and federal levels, public procurement in the United States is always changing. Here are the latest headlines from the last (busy!) week of news: …
Last week, we held the kick-off meeting for the Public Spend Forum Best Practices Exchange in the UK. The Exchange has been a feature of the Public Spend Forum program in the USA for a year or more now, one …
What if I told you that in 2010, the Department of Defense built its fastest supercomputer for 1/10th the cost of comparable machines? And what if I told you the team responsible for building it didn’t have tons of time …
We have a new research paper available for download – “Contingent Labour Review: Key Procurement Priorities – Setting the scene for change”. This is a paper where the word “research” really means something. It wasn’t just our …
In some ways, the story of Sevie Sarabia (above, right) and Jesse Longoria is unfortunately not unique. Both served in the military, both fought in Iraq. And both also saw how the military supply chain—the way they and their fellow soldiers …