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PASA CEO on the 2023 program built on how procurement can add “real value”

PASA CEO Jonathan Dutton recaps the last 12 months and looks ahead to what’s in store for 2023 with our packed procurement calendar and events in seven major cities throughout Australasia. Thank you for all your support of PASA throughout 2022.  Whether you were part of our conferences and events, live or online, as an […]

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Why Procurement is busier than ever, and what you can do about it

Post-Covid, procurement teams have never been busier, PASA CEO Jonathan Dutton identifies 5 reasons why, with 5 strategies to work faster and maintain professional integrity. Buyers have never been busier A recent 2022 global survey from The Hackett Group, a global procurement research & advisory firm centred in the US, measured an average 11% increase

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The Most Important New Law For Procurement Since The MSA – The Payment Times Reporting Act

The new Payment Times Reporting Bill is law in Australia  from 1st January – it is set to revolutionise how large firms pay small ones – or else.  Following a recent PASA CONNECT Roundtable featuring KPMG partner and expert, Vince Dimasi, host Jonathan Dutton explains the key facets of the new Act …. The new

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5 strategic questions every line Procurement Manager should be asking themselves today

The top five strategic questions every line Procurement Manager should be asking themselves today…. Have we over-sold ourselves on making savings, should we not be defining VALUE and driving that for our organisations instead – how can we do that exactly? What’s the difference between strategic sourcing & category management and which should be pursuing,

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