Strategic sourcing works wells with commodities, but procurement of professional services has historically been seen as not conducive to a strategic approach or to being combined across departments or agency lines. The theory goes that a need for professional services, defined as “work that is intellectual in character,” is specific to a given agency or department and not compatible with broader procurement strategies. A resulting “siloed” approach to procuring ...

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