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26 March 2023

Podcast: A recap on the Hackett Group’s Key Issues Study

As we head further into 2023, procurement executives are bracing themselves for yet another challenging year, marked by a unique confluence of unprecedented factors. According to the recently released 2023 Key Issues Study by the Hackett Group procurement leaders are grappling with a host of risks, including a global economic downturn, high inflation, ongoing geopolitical […]

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Project procurement vs Category management for principal contractors – Felix

Procurement and supply chain management can be incredibly complex and critical for project success, especially in construction – where there are layers of subcontracting parties. Why a procurement strategy? When dealing with complexity it always pays to take a strategic approach. A documented strategy demonstrates that a thorough assessment of the available options has been

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Future Made in Australia Office confirmed for PASA’s Canberra Big Breakfast event

Using procurement as an instrument of policy and the Future Made in Australia Office will feature as a headline topic for PASA’s Canberra Big Breakfast Series event in July. Sabrena King, who leads the Future Made in Australia Office at the Department of Finance, has been confirmed as a keynote speaker for the July 20

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Reflections on Silicon Valley Bank for Procurement – Spend Matters

A bank is a supplier, albeit a highly strategic one. The recent Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) events have conspired to show organizations just how important it is to manage them strategically, in a manner no different from that of any other critical supplier, employing supplier risk, supplier relationship and supplier performance management processes to do

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Innovative Procurement Strategies For Aged Care And Healthcare Facilities

Aged care and healthcare facilities face the challenge of providing a quality service to an ever-increasing population in need and increasing costs. This has become even more apparent as, according to recent statistics from the World Health Organisation, the number of people aged 65 or over is expected to double by 2050. As such, it

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