Our network of procurement specialists includes many of the thought leaders and practitioners that developed and executed the innovative spend management practices that have become industry standards over the past ten years. We are particularly good at adapting those processes and technologies for use in government. Whether adapting new strategic sourcing techniques to be consistent with the Federal Acquisition Regulations or deploying new technologies to analyze spend patterns, Performance Systems brings best practices from industry to our government clients. Lean on us for expertise in …
Performance Systems’ strategic sourcing experts provide the up to date market research, commodity expertise, total cost analysis, and negotiation experience that form the backbone of world-class sourcing organizations.
Properly deployed and managed, eSourcing tools and processes can deliver the transparency and cost savings demanded of public sector procurement organizations. Performance Systems’ management team includes pioneers and subject matter experts that introduced eSourcing to industry and government and set the standard for professional eSourcing management.</p>
Our teams draw on expertise in the areas of performance metrics and Work Breakdown Structures (WBS) to systematically and efficiently manage each phase of the government contracting lifecycle. We integrate these disciplines with proven oversight techniques to maximizing financial and operational performance and minimizing risk.
The ability of a buying organization to enjoy a comprehensive view of the metrics that drive improved cost savings, process efficiency and supply-chain performance has become a cornerstone of professional spend management and is often referred to as spend visibility. Specifically, spend visibility enables analysis of past spend for planning future direction and monitoring for compliance issues. Our team members developed the first professional spend visibility systems predicated on the United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC) and continue to lead the development of enhanced and improved systems and methodologies.