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The Public Perception Challenge Of Public Procurement

Posted by Ryan Walicki on Aug 12, 2019 12:10:18 PM

The U.S. Department of Defense has pressed the pause button on its search for a cloud computing vendor.

Earlier this month reports in NPR said only a few weeks before the government was slated to announce the winner of a 10-year, $10 billion cloud computing Project under Project Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (Project JEDI), newly-appointed Defense Secretary Mark Esper decided to halt and review the process.

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Topics: eprocurement, procurement technology, public sector procurement

Nitor and Ivalua Join Forces to Successfully Launch eMaryland Marketplace Advantage

Posted by Jaideep Mulchandani on Jul 29, 2019 9:10:52 AM

Nitor, the leader in source-to-pay transformation, and Ivalua, a leading provider of global Spend Management Cloud Solutions, announced the successful launch of the Maryland Department of General Services’ new e-procurement system, eMaryland Marketplace Advantage (eMMA), which deployed on schedule and on budget.

eMMA is state-of-the-art procurement technology powered by the Ivalua Platform, a global leader in procurement technology. When fully implemented, eMMA will allow buyers to collaborate with vendors from the bidding and contracting process all the way through the purchasing process. The initiative is intended to drive transparency, quality, and compliance in state procurement and improve the overall experience for all stakeholders.

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Topics: eprocurement, public sector procurement

Maryland Department of General Services Announces eMaryland Marketplace Advantage Goes Live

Posted by Jaideep Mulchandani on Jul 23, 2019 9:47:21 AM

Maryland Department of General Services Office of State Procurement launches new e-procurement system

BALTIMORE, MD – The Maryland Department of General Services today announced the Office of State Procurement launched the state’s new e-procurement system eMaryland Marketplace Advantage (eMMA). This initiative is a direct result of Governor Larry Hogan’s 2016 Commission to Modernize State Procurement, led by Lt. Governor Boyd K. Rutherford.

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Topics: procurement technology, public sector procurement

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