Does your company have a chief procurement officer (CPO)?

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CPOs serve to procure goods for large organizations and in doing so root out redundancies. They work with everyone from the CIO to IT to the company that cleans the carpets throughout the entire enterprise. Has your company brought on a CPO? Or do you have someone else filling that role under another title?

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