Virtual Event: Procurement Modernization
Delivering a simpler, more accessible and cost-efficient public procurement system
Across Canada, efforts have been underway to modernize public procurement. The COVID-19 outbreak has either fast-tracked or disrupted many of these initiatives.
With urgent demands for supplies and services coming up against a need to be as cost-efficient as possible, one certainty remains: it is essential for government at all levels to be as solid on procurement fundamentals as possible. The ability to grow, modernize and transform depends on that foundation. How can the procurement function in the public sector rapidly adapt to the changes that are needed and improve the speed to market during these unprecedented times?
Join us at our Procurement Modernization Virtual Event and hear the best procurement strategies from across the Canadian public sector.
Understand how to modernize procurement processes to get results quickly and improve speed to market
Discover ways to extract value, reduce costs and mitigate risks through a modernized procurement strategy
Explore how procurement can support businesses and the economy by maximizing use of local and regional suppliers
Delve into how you can utilize open procurement data to predict and manage critical supply chains
Public Services and Procurement Canada
Service New Brunswick
City of Vancouver
Canada Revenue Agency
Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
Dustin Lanier, CPPO