While there are obvious long-term benefits to more sustainable practices, a major challenge for procurement professionals is ensuring that the entire supply chain meets the standards to which they have committed.
In a landmark move, the UK Government has asked 50 of its primary suppliers to report back on not only their own social value efforts, but also how the efforts of their suppliers. Where one Government leads, others follow and procurement must pay attention.
When it comes to innovation, the element that is the least expensive, the most practical, the quickest to deliver, and the most likely to positively impact the bottom line immediately, is procurement’s work with suppliers.
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