A gentleman named R. C. Jensen from Queensland University in Australia has rightfully touted the power of the procurement professional. In a theory he terms the “purchasing multiplier,” Jensen contends that no other business unit within an organization has the same opportunity to impact the bottom line as procurement. Not engineering, not accounting, and not human resources. This certainly seems to hold true in the private sector when procurement and supply management can ...

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