Tim DiNapoli: Agencies could save money by using strategic sourcing

The government spends $30 billion on IT services a year. The Government Accountability Office said agencies can save a chunk of that if they bought more of thos...

Tim DiNapoli, director, acquisition and sourcing management issues, GAO

The government spends $30 billion on IT services a year. The Government Accountability Office said agencies can save a chunk of that if they bought more of those services in bulk, i.e., strategic sourcing. Tim DiNapoli, director of acquisition and sourcing management issues at GAO, recently wrote a report to Congress on this issue and he joined In Depth with Francis Rose to share the details.

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