Procurement, the Trump Administration & the Road Ahead

Categories : Procurement Goals | Set Strategy | Reduce Risk
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Published on : Mar 29 2017

By: IBISWorld Analysts, Sean Windle & Nate Gelman

On February 28, President Trump spoke to a joint session of Congress for the first time, presenting a broad first-year legislative agenda that focused on a renewal of American jobs, infrastructure, the military, and an America-first approach to issues like immigration and trade. Although details are scant and congressional legislative timelines are still being worked out, many of the president’s proposals present a 180-degree shift in policy that would have significant implications for procurement departments. IBISWorld has identified and analyzed some of these proposals and their potential impacts on procurement and supply chains.

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