Category: Public Procurement

Beyond the Request for Proposal (RFP)

Brian Alexander is a summer research fellow at CoProcure and a first-year Master of Public Policy candidate at UC Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy. Previously, he served as a Senior Policy Analyst at the Maryland Governor’s Office for Children with a focus on reducing the impact of parental incarceration on children and families. A … Continued

The Pain of Public Procurement: People

Mariam Pallathucheril is a summer research fellow at CoProcure and a current MPA/MPP candidate at Columbia University (SIPA) and the Hertie School of Governance concentrating in Economic Policy and Technology. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Government from Georgetown University. Procurement is the way governments purchase goods and services. Policies regulate purchasing, but individuals … Continued

The Pain of Public Procurement: Policy

Mariam Pallathucheril is a summer research fellow at CoProcure and a current MPA/MPP candidate at Columbia University (SIPA) and the Hertie School of Governance concentrating in Economic Policy and Technology. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Government from Georgetown University. Procurement is the way governments purchase goods and services from businesses. Governments use … Continued

Public Procurement is Broken

This guest blog is by Mariam Pallathucheril is a summer research fellow at CoProcure and a current MPA/MPP candidate at Columbia University (SIPA) and the Hertie School of Governance concentrating in Economic Policy and Technology. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Government from Georgetown University. We’ve all heard “public procurement is broken.” But how … Continued

The Pain of Public Procurement: Process

Mariam Pallathucheril is a summer research fellow at CoProcure and a current MPA/MPP candidate at Columbia University (SIPA) and the Hertie School of Governance concentrating in Economic Policy and Technology. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Government from Georgetown University. Public purchasing is incredibly important; but it’s also a painful process for government staff … Continued

Public Procurement Is All That

MAY 2, 2018 BY KENT WYATT  Mariel Reed is founder and CEO of CoProcure, a startup that helps local governments improve procurement to promote economic development. Mariel was previously an Innovation Strategist with the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Civic Innovation. Want to nerd out about procurement innovation or public-private partnerships? Reach out on Twitter or via email. If you’re like me (and … Continued

Podcast: Data & Procurement in Boston, MA

Laura Melle Senior Procurement Lead City of Boston, MA LinkedIn | Twitter Stefanie Costa Leabo Interim Chief Data Officer City of Boston, MA LinkedIn | Twitter   Two Innovation & Technology staff from the City of Boston, Massachusetts joined the podcast to talk about their work. Laura Melle is the Sr. Procurement Lead and Stefanie Costa … Continued

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