Public Sector E-Commerce
Improving Public Procurement Through Data-Driven Buying and Selling Decisions
Analyzing Public Spend Data to Streamline Commercial Item Purchasing
The Federal government spends more than $10B annually purchasing routine, commercial items through federal supply schedule (FSS) contracts; $2B of these sales transactions flow through government hosted e-commerce websites. Recent changes in regulations have also enabled more than 1M authorized public sector purchase card holders to make “micro-purchases” for items costing less than $10K through traditional online marketplaces like Amazon. While the public sector e-commerce model is challenging and complex due to a multitude of unique government specific procurement regulations, the public sector is embracing a consumer-driven mindset.
While buyers and sellers may have different goals, the fundamental premise is that buyers want to be able to find the right product, at the right price, at the moment they need it, and suppliers want to deliver!
XSB enables both buyers and sellers to execute a successful e-commerce strategy through AI-driven tools that standardize, analyze, and reason over catalog and prices paid data for tens-of-millions of COTS parts.
Price Point is a pricing decision support tool for public sector procurement that helps buyers ensure that proposed prices are fair and reasonable and that their purchases comply with acquisition policy.
Warwick provides public sector suppliers with fact-based competitive pricing analysis and market intelligence for hundreds of public sector organizations and millions of commercial products at the SKU level.
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