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National Post View: The Tories seem more interested in buying votes than buying ships

The Canadian Armed Forces are facing tough times. Canada’s military is being asked to do more and more despite falling or frozen budgets, curtailed training, units that are under-strength and aged equipment in urgent need of replacement. 740 more words

Politics

you get the supplier relationship that you deserve

How to have a good working relationship with your suppliers; it’s a topic that comes up often when talking to clients and buyers. 425 more words

The Monday Musings Column

Elon Musk makes peace with U.S. Air Force over satellite contracts

In a busy year where he retooled his Tesla fleet and launched reusable rockets, Elon Musk also found time to pick a major fight with the defense industry: he sued the Air Force last April, claiming his company SpaceX had been wrongfully shut out from lucrative contracts to launch satellites. 241 more words

State Agencies Awarded for Excellence in Contracting with California Small and Disabled Veteran Businesses

The Department of General Services (DGS) recognized 37 state departments and 20 state employees for their outstanding work with California small businesses and disabled veteran business enterprises (DVBEs) at a ceremony held this week at the Citrus Heights Community Center. 372 more words

Procurement

Lokerping Fortuna

The Fortuna Group is Retail, Hospitality, and Food Services Company. As a multinational company. We would like to cordially invite the best candidates to be part of our team work, as follow: 119 more words

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What Do Suppliers Think of Procurement?

By Nikita Saharia Chaturvedi

In one of our more recent podcast interviews, we talk with Jon Baklund, President of Baklund R&D, a small innovative tool and die shop in Hutchinson, Minnesota. 304 more words