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Tim Cummins on The Future of Contracting

Published: 10 Oct 2011 Average Rating: unrated Print
 

A short interview with IACCM's CEO, Tim Cummins, in which he explains why one of the Association's current 'big themes' is the future of contracting - and how the commercial contracting community can become more proactive in driving change.

 
 
 

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