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LIVE EVENT FEED: 3rd Annual Business of Government Summit (Day 1, Roundtable)

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Session 4 (Roundtable) Segment Title: What is Transparency in Government? In my keynote address "Contracting To Win: Buyer and Seller Responsibilities in 21st Century Government Procurement" this morning I made the statement that "transparency is not holding fast to the illusion of a level playing field, but to a clear understanding of the layout of the field itself." To expand on this concept of transparency further, I will refer to a comment that was made by Washington-based expert author Judy Bradt who, as I will mention in her introductory bio has helped more than 6,000 clients win in excess of $300 million US in government contracts, during Part 3 of our 7-Part "Seven Steps to Success: Jump Start Government Contracts" Series on Blog Talk Radio. Specifically, Judy's point that "the process for winning government contracts is truly based on the ability of a supplier to legitimately and transparently win preference with government buyers." Joining me in this probing 60-minute segment on what transparency really means in the realms of public sector or government procurement is a guest panel of experts whose experience, expertise and insights will shed some much needed light on a subject that has often eluded a practical, real-world definition. Moderator: Jon Hansen (The PI Social Media Network) Panelists: Tim Cummins (CEO, IACCM), Judy Bradt (Summit Insights), Colin Cram (Marc1 Ltd, Towards Tesco author) and Karen Evans (former CIO, United States Government)

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