Procurement innovation – a Polish hospital shows the way

Procurement innovation – a Polish hospital shows the way

Procuring Innovation: a small Polish Hospital shows the world how to do it In speaking with public and private sector clients, we distinguish between traditional and innovative procurement methodologies. Traditional approaches work best for foreseeable needs. Things can often be improved but generally the solutions are known, there is perfect knowledge (or as close to […]

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Public procurement and the internet of things

Public procurement and the internet of things

The Internet of things is transforming the way the world operates. Public procurement is however being left behind by this. In many instances, public buyers and decision makers are not demonstrating the agility necessary to benefit from big data. All too often, management is more focused on maintaining a phoney sort of status quo (which […]

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Can public procurement contests inspire SMEs?

Can public procurement contests inspire SMEs?

Can public procurement contests ever be a source of inspiration? This is an important question as many SMEs that I work with have given up on public procurement. It can cost up to €6,000 to bid. They also feel the drive towards national frameworks for product and service supply is cutting them out of the […]

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