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Breaking News: All Change at the Top of UK Government Procurement by Colin Cram

May 22, 2013


The announcement of David Shield’s departure from his position as Managing Director of the UK’s Government Procurement Service will be a shock for many people. Boosting its turnover from about £4bn a year to £11bn a year in 3 years was no mean feat. Even the normally critical National Audit Office wrote what was, on […]

Review of UK Central Government Procurement Spend by Colin Cram

April 2, 2013


Whilst the UK government seems to be re-doubling its efforts to improve procurement by central government, the impact of the changes so far have been limited according to one Parliamentary body. Whilst parliamentary debates between the government and opposition parties tend to hit the headlines, much of the hard work of ensuring good quality legislation […]

From Mobile Business Intelligence to Synchronized Execution: So you can take it with you after all!

January 31, 2012


“Gartner expects that 33 percent of BI functionality will be consumed via mobile devices by 2013.” from the June 29th, 2011 article “Business Intelligence and Mobile Devices Will Change Supply Chain Management” by Herman Mehling One of the first things that comes to mind when I hear the term mobile Business Intelligence or “BI” are […]