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Strategic Sourcing: Leading Commercial Practices Can Help Federal Agencies Increae Savings When Acquiring Services
Cristina Chaplain (au)
In FY 2012, the federal government obligated $307 billion to acquire services ranging from the management and operation of government facilities, to information technology (IT) services, to research and development. Spending on services has increased significantly since FY 2000. The private sector is also increasingly reliant on services, many of which are similar to those that the federal government buys, such as IT services. Leading companies have been examining ways of managing their services in order to stay competitive, respond to market and stockholder pressures, and deal with economic downturns. Given the amount of federal spending on services, This report identifies (1) leading company practices for purchasing services, and (2) potential opportunities for federal agencies to incorporate these practices based on prior work. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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