While the commercial sector has been rapidly adopting modern, information-based supply chain systems--in order to remain competitive in the worldwide marketplace--the shift to such systems in the public sector has met with significant resistance and has moved far more slowly. Transforming Government Supply Chain Management provides the insights and expertise to overcoming this inertia. In the first half of the book, the editors provide a primer on supply chain management, an overview of innovative practices and tools, and a blueprint for government-wide transformation. The second half consists of 10 case studies of public and private sector qsuccess stories.qDan Caterinicchia, aquot;DoD Builds High-Tech Supply Chain, aquot; Federal Computer Week, February 24, 2003. 4. Steve Horn, Agency ... The 1999 DoD study found that at the Defense Logistics Agency, it cost $146 to process manual transactions andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Transforming Government Supply Chain Management|
|Author||:||Jacques S. Gansler, Robert E. Luby|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2004|