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We will soon be airing our 900th show, and I would like to thank my faithful listeners for tuning in and for making me one of the top 300 hosts on Blog Talk Radio. Over these past few years we have covered a diverse range of topics welcoming guests from the world of business, politics and entertainment. Memorable shows include our January 2013 segment "Guns In America: Are Our Children Safe" in which I talk with Women Against Gun Violence President Laurie Saffian. Also check out my December 18th segment in which I talk with a guest panel that includes 2x Mr. Universe Winner Nordine Zouareg about the problem of Bullying In Our Schools. Do you have a story idea or guest suggestion? Send us an e-mail at

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Technology facilitates and accelerates procurement's expertise, it does not replace it. In this panel discussion, our distinguished panelists will weigh in with their thoughts on the "link" between technology and procurement, focusing on the following key areas: Historic "Connection" The Difference Between Direct and Indirect Procurement Where We Are Today Where Will We Be Tomorrow Our Guest Panel: Dr. Robert Handfield - Executive Director of SCRC, Bank of America University Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management. Jim Barnes - ISM Services Managing Director for the Institute for Supply Management. Ed Berger - Vice President of Sales, North America for Nipendo.
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At California's Oakland Unified School District (USD), which manages 146 district schools with more than 45,000 students, the march toward e-procurement has paid enormous dividends. Not only is the district saving about $2... more

The more I investigate the IFRS proposal to capitalize leasing the more I am convinced that this is nothing more than a fee creation scam that will ultimately and perhaps in certain instances irreparably harm small-medium enterprises in... more