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20 June 2007
In the next issue of Supply Management, out tomorrow -

Special Issue on Women in Procurement

Featured Articles

What she wants - How do women succeed in the male-dominated procurement profession?

Of the same value? - Is there equal pay between the sexes in procurement?

Out of the shadows - Interview with Caroline Booth, CPO at LloydsTSB

Boardroom, babies or both? - Do women have to choose between a career or family?

And as a bonus -

Sustainable Procurement Supplement

Sustain or be obsolete - Shaun McCarthy on why the profession needs to get involved

Break through the barriers - The work of the UK's top firms on sustainable procurement

Power to change - How power firm E.ON UK started sustainable procurement

Prints of darkness - How to erase your carbon footprint

It's all in the mix - BAA's Faiza Rasheed on introducing supplier diversity

Making a difference - Five large firms on their CSR programmes

Green building blocks - How the construction sector implements sustainability

A worldwide view - Sustainable procurement in the public sector worldwide

Also this month

In the NEWS -

* Buyers back 2012 logo approach
* Nokia top in supply chain ranking
* Nigel Smith appointed head of the OGC
* Abbey to "re-engage" clients
* CIPS Premier Conference review

And not forgetting -

* Apprentice winner Michelle Dewberry writes exclusively for SM
* What steps should buyers take before a merger?

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