How do you use the internet for procurement?

10 December 2008

Paul Snell By Paul Snell

How much do you use the internet during a procurement process?

I would guess that for many in the profession it is now simply second nature. A quick glance at Google to search for a supplier, or examining the OJEU to look at similar tenders probably comes as a natural part of the job. has launched a survey for those in the public sector to examine how the web is used in the purchasing process to help them develop online resources for the profession.

If you wish to take part in the survey, please click here

The closing date for responses is Thursday 18 December.

Chelmsford or Cambridge
£33,797 - £39,152 p.a
Anglia Ruskin University
South Sinai (EG)
$100,660, 2 year contract, tax free salary, housing, meals, medical, relocation,
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