Business intelligence firm Onvia has released the results of its first annual survey of government procurement practitioners, polling more than 500 pros from city, count and state governments, as well as school districts across the US.
For each insight gained through the survey, the report actually separates what each lesson means for both buyers and suppliers.
For instance, 42% of respondents said that on average, their requests for proposal (RFPs) don’t receive enough bidders.
According to the report, a big reason for the lack of competition was “cumbersome” or difficult regulations that scare off potential bidders, and that the largest agencies face more trouble in this area.
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Visit Onvia’s site to download the report for free.