That means that traditional procurement methods such as mail-in vendor proposals, in-person public bid openings, and physical evaluation scorecards are likely core to your procurement operations. Although this may have once been the standard for procurement processes in the public sector, the world is changing—and so are the expectations of your clients and stakeholders.
The demand for digital and no-touch services in government has grown 20 percent in the US since COVID-19 began. Not only that, but digital procurement has the potential to transform your procurement processes to be more efficient, compliant, and cost-effective. Even if you didn’t face restrictions that forced your processes online during the pandemic, it’s not too late to begin a digital transformation plan that meets these new expectations of your constituents and your internal clients.
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