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Procurement and Supply Chain

Webinar:
Driving value through Procurement with Hal Good

THIS WEBINAR WAS RECORDED ON THE

November 25, 2015

DURATION

30 min

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Join us on November 25 for a new Procurify Webinar (#ProcurifyWebinars) featuring Harold (Hal) Good, President and CEO of Procurement Pros Group. In this 30 minute webinar, Hal Good will educate attendees on why identifying, deriving and creating value through procurement activities is the key to success. He will take the audience through diverse examples that encompass hospitality, manufacturing, laboratory work and and construction.

Who should attend: Professionals in procurement, purchasing, supply chain management and operations

Reasons to attend the webinar:
  • Learn why identifying, deriving and creating value through procurement activities is the key to success

  • Hear diverse examples that encompass hospitality, manufacturing, laboratory work and and construction

  • Participate in an open and active Q&A

Speakers:
Procurement Pros Group
Hal Good
Harold (Hal) Good, CPPO is an accomplished professional with over 30 years business experience in public and private procurement. He has an extensive portfolio of complex projects completed on time & within budget. AgenciesHal Good served include a major university hospital, international airport, convention center, and city & county government agencies. Major projects typically included use of state & federal grant funds or funding via public-private partnerships. He began his career in hospital materials management and procurement after transitioning from, a clinical practitioner role.

Good is a past president of the Airport Purchasing Group, National Procurement Institute, and the California Chapter of the National Institute of Government Purchasing, (NIGP). He has recently been a presenter at ProcureCon Indirect, ProcureConIT, NIGP’s National Forum. and at the International Association of Contract and Commercial Management, (IACCM). His article, “How to Make Public Procurement More Strategic” was published in the summer issue “The Public Manager”.

He was selected as one of 15 “Futurists”at IBM’s “Camp Commerce” in San Diego to present a 5-minute Ignite talk at IBM Amplify 2015. He spoke on the implementation of earthquake early warning systems. a subject near and dear to his heart.since he was instrumental in the installation of one of the earliest working systems in the city of Palm Springs, California during his 21 year tenure there as Director of Procurement and Contracting.

Good is very active in social media. His primary Twitter site @Hal_Good has over 17,000 followers. He has engaged collaboratively with procurement professionals and stakeholders on multiple social media channels including his high engagement, 1400 plus member, Linkedin Group. “Procurement Pros”. Hal and his wife Jaye live in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Procurify
Brittany Whitmore

Kelly Barner owns, manages, and edits Buyers Meeting Point. She has a unique perspective on procurement from the numerous roles she has held during her 15 years in procurement. Kelly worked for Ahold USA (parent company of grocery chains Stop & Shop, Hannaford, Giant Landover, and more) on their not for resale sourcing team, specializing in systems implementation and hired services category sourcing. She spent three years as the Associate Director of consulting services at Emptoris before it was acquired by IBM in 2011.

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