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2015 - Volume 16

Canada's magazine on public sector purchasing

Fall 2014, Issue 2

Vol 16 issue 2 cover

Table of contents

Fall 2014
Issue 2

Letter from the Editor

Supply chains should add value
Berglund makes a case for procurement organizations adding value to society through exercising their options to affect social and economic development within their mandate, and support local enterprises.
by Larry Berglund

The evolution of a modern public procurement organization
In the global move to modernize procurement, Ontario takes the lead in Canada. Warn describes the road taken.
by Dan Warn

How to get the most out of your procurement function
Hopkins and Howe introduce an operating model framework that examines the key factors in designing an effective procurement function.
by Jonathon Hopkins and Jane Howe

Automation on a shoe string
Submission by Ken Scott, Toronto Community Housing Corporation Driven by an audit report and its desire to serve its clients efficiently and with excellence, the Toronto Community Housing Corporation achieves success. See how they did it.
by Ken Scottt

Summit magazine bids you adieu
This is the story of your magazine its inception, growth, services to the public sector procurement community over the last 16 years and, finally, its end.
by Anne Phillips

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