Public Sector Forum: ISG Research Previews BPO Study

Core change in purchasing and procurement tends to come slowly in large organizations – especially in governmental agencies. Regulatory and statutory requirements, organizational structures, and more can limit the scope and pace of improvement.

Change to new ways of doing business can significantly disrupt culture and productivity. 

Navigate the changes coming for procurement in 2022 and beyond.


What are the most disruptive, important changes in public sector procurement now, and through the next several years? 


What kinds of capabilities do public procurement organizations and professionals need as a result?


What are the most effective and sustainable approaches to ensuring improvement, relevance, and value for public sector  procurement organizations?

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Join us for a dynamic conversation on procurement transformation in 2022 and beyond. 

Meet The Speakers

Ron Exler

Director and Principal Analyst
ISG Research

Nathan Frey

Partner, Public Sector Practice Lead

Bruce Guptill

Distinguished Analyst

“U.S. state government leaders recognize the need to move forward with better, more efficient procurement approaches. The challenge for most is, ‘what are the best alternatives, and how do we choose the right one?"

- Bruce Guptill, Analyst, ISG

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In 2022, ISG will be publishing a Procurement services and solutions market research study to help state IT, purchasing, and procurement leaders understand the emerging scope of Procurement services and solutions available, the realities of what these enable, and the true costs and complexities of selecting, contracting, implementing, and benefiting from them. 

2022 Research Schedule: