Digitally Integrating the Government Supply Chain: E-Procurment, E-Finance, and E-Logistics

 

Digitally Integrating the Government Supply Chain: E-Procurment, E-Finance, and E-Logistics

Digitally Integrating the Government Supply Chain: E-Procurment, E-Finance, and E-Logistics
Digitally Integrating the Government Supply Chain: E-Procurment, E-Finance, and E-Logistics
This project represents a year long partnership between the IBM Endowment for the Business of Government and the University of Maryland School of Public Affairs' Center for Public Policy and Private Enterprise. The Center, under the direction of Dr. Jacques...

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Monday, January 1st, 2001 - 13:00

This project represents a year long partnership between the IBM Endowment for the Business of Government and the University of Maryland School of Public Affairs' Center for Public Policy and Private Enterprise. The Center, under the direction of Dr. Jacques Gansler, hosted a series of three Leader Forums at the Aspen Institute's Wye River Conference Centers, held over a 12-month period. The forums brought together government and business leaders to examine how the federal government could "digitally integrate" its supply chain. Specifically, the challenges of implementing e-procurement, e-finance, and e-logistics were examined. Supply Chain Management