The US government spends over $500 billion annually on outsourcing contracts for procuring a wide range of goods and services - a large part being spent on services such as Information Technology, Professional Services, Facilities and Construction, and Transportation & Logistics Services.
With billions of dollars of tax payers’ money at stake across these services contracts, a robust oversight and governance infrastructure is critical to ensure that the promised value is delivered by suppliers in such engagements.
Download this paper to learn how an integrated, technology-based supplier governance approach can help government organizations improve supplier performance and reduce value leakage in their services engagements.
Overview of the US government’s services contracts
Key supplier governance challenges in such contracts
How technology can address the issue of value leakage in services contracts for government organizations