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Ask the Expert: Reimagining the Future: A More Flexible and Responsive Contracting Function

Published: 06 Dec 2019 Average Rating: 4.5 / 5 Print
 

Author: Alan Lewnstein, Maryellen Authier

Many contracting functions have different models for how contracts are managed and may face various resource constraints. Alan Lewenstein and Maryellen Authier, members of W. L. Gore & Associates' Medical Contracting Function, will describe how their team embarked on a year-long initiative to examine and improve how to best utilize Contract Manager resources to address staffing constraints as well as more effectively meet the needs of Gore's Medical Products Division.

 

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