Creating Maximum Value through Services Sourcing

The federal government sources over $150 billion in services annually, spanning the spectrum from simple (e.g., temporary help) to extremely complex (e.g., maintenance and operations of a nuclear facility). The size and scope of some of these sourcing initiatives are mind boggling, with some exceeding a billion dollars for an individual contract. Add to this the complexity of federal regulations, the myriad of stakeholders who are involved with each buy, and the diverse missions federal agencies must fulfill, and it's safe to say this is one of the most complex sourcing environments in the world...

Click the link below to download the complete case study. We require you to sign up once, and then you may access all case studies for a full year at any time you wish.

Download the complete case study in PDF format

Loading