There are so many things about professional procurement that are a lot of fun. Getting out and meeting your customers, presenting a best procurement practice to a group of peers, and serving as a “product evaluator” for a pizza RFP are just a few that come to mind. However, there are times that procurement professionals need to step up and take on the “tough stuff.” What do I mean by that? Well, it is not unusual for a public contract to experience problems, and that ...

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