There are many business units within an organization that procurement must effectively interact with. Legal counsel, risk management and facilities management come to mind, as well as fleet, public safety and human resources. That said, there may be nothing more important than building a strong bridge with the finance office. It’s no secret that procurement and contracting often is part of a financial services department. According to NIGP, the majority of chief procurement officers ...

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