Speed up delivery and slow corruption
Digitised procurement allows governments to respond to crises more quickly and efficiently, and with far less corruption, says the writer
When the pandemic hit, the world needed to urgently buy protective gear, oxygen and ventilators. The countries that moved fastest and made the best spending decisions had electronic procurement systems. These help in a crisis and are crucial in reducing corruption and saving governments billions...
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