Public Spend Forum Launches World’s Largest Library of Public Procurement Best Practices

Public Spend Forum has recently launched the beta version of their Best Practices Library that is available free (registration is required). Resources are authored and published by highly respected organizations, associations, and thought leaders, including ISM, McKinsey, Harvard Business Review, CIPS, Gartner,, Sourcing Innovation, Supply Chain 24/7, IBM Center for the Business of Government, The Hackett Group, NIGP, NASPO, Coupa, Sourcing Magazine, and International Council of Systems Engineering, to name a few.

Categories/topic areas covered include:

  • Procurement Role and Metrics
  • Organization and Culture
  • Sourcing and Category management
  • Planning and Market Analysis
  • Supplier and Contract Management
  • Cost, Risk & Innovation
  • Social and Regulatory Policy
  • Solicitation and Award
  • Data and Technology

The library includes:

  • Topics that span everything from strategic to operational and execution focused, including by spend category
  • Practical frameworks and concepts based on rigorous research
  • Case studies that highlight real world examples of successes and the critical practices to achieve them
  • Tools and templates that can be used in a very practical manner
  • Learning videos and content that can be accessed at the time of need

Public Spend Forum states that even though they have built a large library, they are just getting started and welcome feedback on what information you would like to see.

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