Definitions

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  • noun The purchase of supplies, work and/or services by means of computer networks.

Etymologies

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e- +‎ procurement

Examples

  • But it was also very important that now there is no other [option] than e-procurement in my country.

    Get Briefed: Sali Berisha

  • We [have] become the first country in the world with 100% e-procurement.

    Transcript: Sali Berisha

  • But it was also very important that now there is no other [option] than e-procurement in my country.

    Transcript: Sali Berisha

  • We [have] become the first country in the world with 100% e-procurement.

    Get Briefed: Sali Berisha

  • But it was also very important that now there is no other [option] than e-procurement in my country.

    Get Briefed: Sali Berisha

  • We [have] become the first country in the world with 100% e-procurement.

    Get Briefed: Sali Berisha

  • We [have] become the first country in the world with 100% e-procurement.

    Transcript: Sali Berisha

  • But it was also very important that now there is no other [option] than e-procurement in my country.

    Transcript: Sali Berisha

  • EGS is the leading provider of e-procurement solutions to the UK public sector.

    Mr. Byrne's 'Progressive Britshness'

  • Mr. Byrne is, of course, someone who in the past has had a personal commercial interest (as a co-founder) in a company called E-Government Solutions Ltd (founded 2000) whose raison d'être is the provision of systems for government, education, police and local authorities to undetake e-commerce and e-procurement:

    Mr. Byrne's 'Progressive Britshness'

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