It looks like the United States government may have found an ideal solution to expedite its procurement efforts.
State CIOs have made it clear that they are as focused on strict fiscal management this year as they are on aggressive IT modernization. One can assume that there is a direct correlation: States don’t have unlimited funds to execute these large-scope technology projects, but they don’t have the luxury of delaying their digital transformations either.
As procurement matures, the profession is finding its voice
Source: Earning a Seat at the Table
The recently-published public procurement practice provides Practical Guidance for Distinguishing between Scope of Work and Statement of Work. The idea for the practice topic began by listening to discussions during the development of an online Specifications course and face-to-face workshop, and was confirmed by working on the Specifications practice.
Kirkland, Wash., a city of almost 88,000 on the eastern shores of Lake Washington, often relies on cooperative agreements, says its purchasing agent, Greg Piland.
Your procurement team fulfills one of the most critical business functions of your organization
What is the status of states and territories as their governors make “opt-in” or “opt-out” decisions about FirstNet? Check out this map to get the updated information.