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11 Years Ago Today I Launched This Blog

May 18, 2018

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    It is hard to believe that this blog was launched 11 years ago today. It doesn’t seem that long of a period, yet in many ways, it feels like a lifetime (in a good sense). From the early days when I wondered if I would get an echo of interest from what was […]

10 Years Ago Today Procurement Insights Was Launched

May 18, 2017

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It is hard to believe that it has been 10 years since I first shared with you, my thoughts regarding the procurement world. Of course, back then, I think the only people who read my blog – and not even on a regular basis were close friends and family members. Certainly not the 25,000 plus fantastic […]

9 Years Ago Today Procurement Insights Was Launched

May 19, 2016

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It is funny how anniversaries can sneak up on you. Especially when you have been doing something you love for so long. A few moments ago, a message from WordPress just popped up on my screen reminding me that 9 years ago today I launched the Procurement Insights blog. 9 years! . . . where does […]

Why An EOI? Hydro Provides A Simple Answer

March 21, 2016

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In my last post What’s An EOI? More Insights From Hydro on the $85M Controversy, I shared with you the answers I received from Hydro regarding the EOI process they used to enter into an $85M agreement with Tetra Tech. Based on my research relating to the use of EOI’s or Expression of Interest, I also provided additional […]

It is time for procurement to come of age by Jon Hansen

August 20, 2015

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“When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.” On August 31st this year, we will no longer be accepting new service provider sponsors for the Procurement Insights and Procurement Insights European Union […]

The Answer Alex: Busch, Handfield, Vitasek, Cummins and Barner by Jon Hansen

March 2, 2015

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Dear Jon I like reading your blog, “The Face of Procurement’s Generation Next” as it very much resonates with me.  I am an independent consultant, who is supporting a global organisation to define the Procurement Capabilities of the future.  I would like to speak with some leading edge professionals in Procurement & Supply and wondered […]

Procurement Virtualization by Jon Hansen

August 1, 2014

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Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt from an article I wrote for Procurious regarding the impact of the Internet on the procurement world from both an operational as well as socialization perspective.  Use the following link to access the article in its entirety by clicking the “procurious” image below. I have been writing the Procurement […]

According to Media Miser GTEC Report, Procurement Insight’s is one of the top influencers in terms of reach . . .

October 10, 2013

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Editor’s note:  According to Media Miser, who is a leading provider of media monitoring and analysis software and professional services, Procurement Insights holds the number 3 position as one of the top 10 influencers by reach at this year’s GTEC event. GTEC which stands for the Government Technology Exhibition and Conference, “is a unique platform […]

Our newest PI European Edition columnist Tim Cummins offers interesting insight into IACCM’s Negotiated Terms Study by Jon Hansen

June 27, 2013

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As our Procurement Insights European Union Edition takes off under the deft and insightful management of Chief Editor Colin Cram, I am very pleased to announce the addition of another new contributing columnist to the team. IACCM’s Tim Cummins is one of those individuals who bring a much needed perspective to an industry in transition. […]

Towards Tesco Reborn, or why Procurement Insights is your number 1 source for well . . . procurement insights by Jon Hansen

June 17, 2013

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It is a very exciting time for the Procurement Insights brand, especially with the recent launch of our new European Union Edition. Besides having has its Chief Editor one of the top public procurement experts in the UK (and perhaps even beyond) in the person of Colin Cram, we are going to be announcing 10 […]