Procurement practice has been evolving for decades as both public-sector and private-sector chief procurement officers (CPO) move from tactical, administrative functions to the more strategic. Innovative processes like strategic sourcing and cooperative procurement are being implemented to achieve savings and to deliver services and solutions to support operations. The current economic environment and limited budgets create both challenges and opportunities for procurement organizations. ...

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