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The Value of eProcurement/ERP Systems. Case Studies

The Value of eProcurement/ERP Systems. Case Studies

Rolling out major ERP and e Procurement systems has been a key element of state procurement reform initiatives implemented by states over the past decade. NASPO members recognize the prevalence of eProcurement/ERP Solutions and the clear return on investment from automating state procurement. Implementing eProcurement/ERP systems is one of the top five priorities for NASPO in 2016.

This paper highlights key elements and functionalities of electronic procurement systems in seven states. The paper discusses eProcurement/ERP implementations including efficiencies gained, increased transparency of spend and procurement processes along with success stories and challenges.
Published On: Monday, June 13, 2016/Author: Elena Moreland
NASPO Bulletin

NASPO Bulletin

May 2016



Highlights:

Upcoming Conferences and Events
NCMA Interviews Roz Ingram
Cronin Award Nominations Being Accepted
New Procurement U Courses Now Available
Published On: Monday, May 16, 2016/Author: Kristy Howard
NASPO Bulletin

NASPO Bulletin

April 2016



Highlights:

Anniversary Task Force
This Month in the Press
Cronin Nominations Now Being Accepted
State Training Coordinators Conference Registration
Fels Institute 5th Annual Public Policy Challenge
Published On: Monday, April 18, 2016/Author: Kristy Howard
NASPO Bulletin

NASPO Bulletin

March 2016



Highlights:

NASPO Releases Three New Publications
Procurement U Course 102: Introductions to Market Research
Inaugural State Training Coordinators Conference
State Procurement Perspective Represented at National P3 Conference
Published On: Tuesday, March 15, 2016/Author: Kristy Howard
2016 IT Procurement Reform Solutions

2016 IT Procurement Reform Solutions

Research supported best practices designed to help state officials who are considering procurement reform

NASPO endorsed five key areas of IT procurement reform as outlined by the National Association of State Chief Information Officers: 

Remove unlimited liability clauses in state terms and conditions
Introduce more flexible terms and conditions
Remove required performance bonds from vendors on information technology projects
Leverage enterprise architecture for improved IT procurement
Improve the Negotiations Process
Published On: Tuesday, March 15, 2016/Author: Sarah Razor
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