United States

Government Procurement Transformation: How to create a practical strategy for success

May 15, 2017
From the Government Institute

State and local governments often struggle with procurement – current processes lag and don’t provide the line-item-level of insight and scrutiny that is necessary in the public sector. Though many organizations have made incremental improvements over the past two decades, purchasing officers know procurement is sorely in need of modernization. However, what’s needed is procurement transformation, not simply reforms to current systems. But how?

Developed in collaboration with the Governing Institute, this handbook outlines a detailed strategy for a practical journey to procurement transformation, including steps to create a new operating model, advice for translating key elements of the federal digital services playbook for state and local government, and recommendations on how to avoid common stumbling blocks associated with transformation.

Lorna Stark

Lorna Stark

Government Advisory Services, partner
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Dipan  Karumsi

Dipan Karumsi

Principal, U.S. Procurement
Advisory Practice Lead
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