Philanthropist and businessman Andrew Forrest is calling on the Australian government to support indigenous people in a number of ways including through procurement.
Telkom's CPO is aiming to save "as much as possible" of the company's R17 billion spend by focusing on core supplier relationships, category management and strategic sourcing.
An arbitration tribunal has awarded Raytheon Systems costs after the Home Office terminated its eBorders contract in 2010.
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Three men have been jailed and a fourth was given a suspended sentence for bribing officials to win contracts for Innospec Ltd to supply fuel to governments in Indonesia and Iraq.
Bruce Hall, former CEO of Aluminium Bahrain, was given a jail sentence for taking payments of £2.9 million to allow corruption to continue while he was in charge of the company.
It is alleged Ron Harper, former deputy property manager at the Royal Household, took bribes from four companies in return for awarding them contracts for work at the royal palaces.
Deon Anderson pleaded guilty to multiple counts of mail and wire fraud, and “structuring currency transactions to conceal his receipt of the cash bribes”, according to the US Department of Justice.
The Nigerian economy has surpassed South Africa to become the largest on the continent. But there are many challenges facing the country, as Anna Scott discovers.
Paul Vincent exposes a number of tricks that FM services suppliers use to bump up their bills.
The difference between SRM and SPM is often misunderstood. But as Alan Day explains, SPM is only a part of what’s needed to build a valuable and broad-based SRM strategy.
Luxury brands have snapped up many suppliers, buying smaller, specialist companies to ensure craft skills and high-quality parts remain accessible, says Simon Brooke.
The objective in any dispute is to reach a settlement, so it’s really important for all sides to be transparent and realistic about their finances.
Rita Clifton has spent her career advising the world’s biggest companies on brand strategy. She tells Paul Snell what makes a brand sustainable, and how value can be destroyed in an instant.
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