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How to Benchmark Supplier Diversity Performance

Art of Procurement

The post How to Benchmark Supplier Diversity Performance appeared first on Art of Procurement. If there were a shortlist of core procurement skills, benchmarking would undoubtedly be on it. And yet, for the ease.

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GSA's Carbon-Free Power Plan: Tips For Electricity Suppliers

Government Contracts

General Services Administration's recent request for information concerning its intent to acquire a large amount of carbon pollution-free electricity over the next decade in the PJM Interconnection region offers key insights for companies interested in becoming electric power suppliers to federal government agencies, say Shaunna Bailey and Nicholas (..)

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Achieving Next Level Supplier Relationships

Art of Procurement

“Developing trustworthy and reliable suppliers is critical to your business, and maintaining those relationships is beneficial to the organization as. The post Achieving Next Level Supplier Relationships appeared first on Art of Procurement.

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Dear Supplier… The Art of Giving RFP Response Feedback

Art of Procurement

The post Dear Supplier… The Art of Giving RFP Response Feedback appeared first on Art of Procurement. “There is one thing you can do that really creates a positive ROI for an RFP respondent even if they.

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Supplier Diversity: How to Achieve Impact at Scale

Art of Procurement

Supplier diversity is not just a box to tick on a corporate social responsibility checklist; it is a dynamic strategy. The post Supplier Diversity: How to Achieve Impact at Scale appeared first on Art of Procurement.

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Revisiting the Importance of Supplier Watchlists

Art of Procurement

The post Revisiting the Importance of Supplier Watchlists appeared first on Art of Procurement. When the Chinese surveillance balloon was finally ‘removed’ from the sky over the Atlantic Ocean on February 4th, we all.

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Understanding Firm Fixed Price Contracts: Benefits and Risks for Government Suppliers

Public Contracting Institute

Under an FFP contract, the supplier agrees to deliver a specific product or service at a predetermined price, regardless of the actual costs incurred during the project. Risks of firm fixed price contracts Underestimating costs : If the supplier fails to accurately estimate the costs involved, they may end up losing money on the project.

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