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Government’s proposed changes to procurement show that they are in the right room but haven’t turned the lights on . . . yet! by Jon Hansen

February 18, 2013

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“What makes what you do so exciting Andy is that you not only see the process beyond the actual procurement but that you have also created a model that incorporates the relationship factor into the buying equation itself.   In essence you have created a methodology that goes beyond experience or gut feel (things that while […]

With VA procurement the level of service and care veterans receive should be the primary focus . . .

March 13, 2012

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When organizations seek to drive efficiency and savings through the implementation of an automated procurement system, the impact can often be lost in terms of calculated returns and measurable process improvements.  This of course is reflected in the consistently high rate of initiative failures to achieve the expected results in both the private and public […]