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Censeo Consulting Group Named to 2012 "Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100"


Firm Recognized for Its Role in a “Great Supply Chain Project” for U.S. Department of Commerce

Washington, D.C., May 2, 2012 - Censeo Consulting Group, a leader in operations and supply chain consulting, announced today that it has been selected to the 2012 Supply & Demand Chain Executive (SDCE) 100 – “100 Great Supply Chain Projects.” This year’s awards recognizes supply chain solution and service providers that are assisting their clients achieve supply chain excellence and prepare their supply chains for the post-recessionary return to growth.

 “We are honored to be recognized by SDCE for our role in making the U.S. Department of Commerce (DoC) -wide spend reduction initiative a success story widely recognized within the federal government,” said Derrick Moreira, a Director at Censeo Consulting Group who oversees the DoC project that is still in progress. 

“With government facing the challenge of doing more with less, we are excited to see that the rapid results and cost reductions garnered by the Department Commerce have become an example for others to follow across the federal government.  We are proud to be helping DoC achieve its administrative savings targets across various areas of spend,” Mr. Moreira added.

"Our goal with this year's '100' is to put the spotlight on successful and innovative transformation projects that are delivering bottom-line value to small, medium and large enterprises across the different functions that comprise the supply chain,"  said Barry Hochfelder, editor of Supply & Demand Chain Executive.. "The projects featured in the '100' article can serve as a roadmap for supply chain executives looking for new opportunities to drive improvement in their own operations."

For this year's "Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100" list, the magazine selected supply chain transformation projects that have had a significant impact on the companies going through the implementations. The submissions were evaluated primarily based on: ambitiousness/scope of the project (30%); creative application of technologies/solutions/services used (20%); extent of the business results/impact (40%); clarity of submission (10%).

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