The State of Tennessee Central Procurement Office (CPO) was established in 2012 to modernise state procurement. The CPO created a process to validate estimated savings through in-depth analysis of actual purchases. The CPO initially set out to track savings for its initiatives, as a central way of demonstrating the positive results and value it created.…

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6.2.4 Purchase materials & supplies
10.2.4 Use analytical techniques on data

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