September 2015 - Church Resources

Month: September 2015

12 Myths of Procurement: Myth #4

09/30/2015

Although Procurement has been around for a long time, it is still a developing profession. It comes naturally then, that there are a lot of misconceptions around it. Myth #4 Procurement: It's just a Process. False. Although procurement...

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Don Milligan On Procurement: Getting Out Of Bad Agreements Can Be Painful

09/29/2015

What starts out looking like a good agreement for your organisation turns sour when things go wrong and you are required to look at the small print to resolve performance, quality or pricing issues – unfortunately a tale...

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Our top pick for iPad cases for Education

09/25/2015

The end of the school year is fast approaching so it’s time for schools to get planning for the next school year, it just never ends! With the increased adoption of technology in the classroom, many schools are...

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How Does CR Deliver Its Services To 18,000 Members?

09/25/2015

Since the foundation of Church Resources in 1997, we managed to attract 18,000 Members to join our cause. However, being a unique organisation dealing with procurement in the Australian landscape does not come without challenges. Watch Luke Kenny,...

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Australian international airport strikes continue

09/24/2015

Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection including the Australian Border Force are expected to take part in planned stoppages until the end of the month as detailed below. The CPSU (Community and Public Sector Union) has called...

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12 Myths of Procurement: Myth #3

09/23/2015

Although Procurement has been around for a long time, it is still a developing profession. It comes naturally then, that there are a lot of misconceptions around it. Myth #3 Procurement needs an agreed Body Of Knowledge (BOK)....

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Luke Kenny on Procurement: Back to Basics

09/22/2015

Procurement in the Australian not-for-profit sector does not understand and fails to meet the very basics of global best practice. Whilst this statement may seem unfair, it is not a criticism towards the great people who look after...

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