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The Impact Of An M&A On The Procurement Department

This morning I read a post by Roz Usheroff regarding the just announced merger between Kraft and Heinz, and how an employee can both survive and thrive when an M&A occurs. 633 more words

Commentary

If You Wanna Make The World A Better Place, Take A Look At Yourself And Make That Change.

“….the main responsibility”, asserts the brilliant Ian Priest in the IPA’s booklet A is for alliances: Less pitches, more partnership, “lies with client marketing and procurement”. 560 more words

Articles

Poor practices drive contract under-performance

Procurement, legal compliance, accounting, marketing … These are all necessary activities within a business. The problem comes when those activities become enshrined within rigid policies and practices which are not well aligned and then undermine business goals and performance. 509 more words

Contract / Commercial Management

procurement vacancy

Procurement Officer at Chemonics International Inc

Location(s):         Abuja

Specialization:    Procurement/ Purchasing

Industry:              NGO / International Agencies

Application Deadline:     31 March, 2015

Job Type:            fulltime

Required Experience:   3-5 year(s) 369 more words

Procurement

‘Making our Money go Further – Social, Environmental and Economic Procurement.’

Dear Consultee

Bristol City Council spends £400 million on goods and services every year.

Based on UK and EU law we are currently exploring how our decisions on what we buy and who we buy from, can include consideration of the social, economic and environmental benefit different organisations and approaches bring to the city. 171 more words

Bristol City Council

Definition / Meaning of Tender

To invite bids for a project, or to accept a formal offer such as a takeover bid. Tender usually refers to the process whereby governments invite bids for large projects that must be submitted within a finite deadline. 382 more words

Contract

Mitigating risks and driving profitability through the human capital supply chain

Most natural resources companies are experiencing the need to maintain an increasingly sharp focus on cost management and reduction to remain competitive following the recent and unexpectedly dramatic drop in the prices of oil and iron ore. 274 more words

HR