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22 August 2007

In the next issue of Supply Management, out tomorrow –

Featured Articles

Top flight purchasing – Most of us use airlines for business or holidays, but how do they keep us on the move – what do they buy and what are the challenges?

Improve your mileage – A look at how most organisations could make substantial savings on vehicle and transport costs

Lost in translation – The public sector spends millions on translation services every year, but how can savings be made?

Public Speaking – A preview of the speakers who will share their knowledge at the CIPS/SM public sector procurement conference

Also this month

In the NEWS -

- Multi-suppliers for ID cards
- Sky/Amstrad deal impact
- Gangmasters move to unregulated sectors
- easyJet secures £490m deal
- Flexible working grows for buyers

And not forgetting -

- What wording should be used in public sector contracts?
- Who has the crummiest car in procurement?

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