Press | January 13, 2014

Public Spend Forum Launches Article Series Authored by Guest Contributor William Greenwalt, Former Deputy Undersecretary of Defense

Series Will Focus on Various Areas Public Management is in Need of Reform

Washington, D.C., January 13, 2014–Censeo Consulting Group, a leader in applying proven management practices for the public and social good, announced today that it has kicked off a series of articles authored by guest contributor William Greenwalt on Public Spend Forum, a recently launched online community powered by Censeo Consulting Group and Spend Matters.

William (Bill) Greenwalt, former deputy undersecretary of defense for Industrial Policy, Congressional staffer and current Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, will be writing a series of articles on the various areas of public management that are in need of reform. Public Spend Forum debuted his first article last week titled, “Public Trust in Government Starts with Effective Management.”

“As Public Spend Forum strives to bring disparate voices into the mix, we are so excited that Mr. Greenwalt has joined Public Spend Forum as a guest contributor,” said Raj Sharma, CEO of Censeo Consulting Group. “His article series will focus on governance and management challenges as well as best practices. Having Bill contribute to Public Spend Forum reinforces our mission of serving as an objective forum to help drive change and develop ideas to create real value for citizens.”

Public Spend Forum was launched last October and focuses on providing policymakers, procurement professionals and vendors with a dynamic and thoughtful forum for discussion and debate, becoming the premiere global destination for public procurement. Public Spend Forum also offers opportunities for its audience to engage with procurement experts and gain access to valuable content, which provide guidance on best practices from public and private sectors.


 

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