Here are just a few examples of some of the thousands of NECI clients confirming that our training continues to help them make a difference for their organization every day.
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Yukon Government — A Procurement Training Ripple Effect
In late 2014 NECI was approached by the Yukon government with a view to adopting training designed to ensure consistency and enhanced public procurement effectiveness for staff at all levels – from clerks through to senior executives, many of whom arrive with a private sector background. …. Read More
City of Abbotsford - Accelerates Value-Driven Procurement
Nova Scotia Government - Setting the Stage for Success
Deisleen Development Corporation – Building Capacity to Meet Opportunity
The Deisleen Development Corp (DDC) is a federally incorporated not for profit community economic development agency with a mandate to create a positive environment for economic growth for the community of Teslin, Yukon, and surrounding area, and all people living in the Teslin Tlingit traditional territory. Specifically, the DDC’s role includes unearthing new economic development prospects, assisting in business development opportunities, setting up, administering and managing community economic development projects and initiatives, and generating new jobs…..Read More
City of Edmonton: City-wide Training While Promoting Cross-functional Team Building
Metro Vancouver: Risk Awareness for Elected Officials
CF Industries: Progressive Private Sector Company Knows the Value of a Solid Procurement Team
Toronto Transit Commission: On Track for Consistency and Capacity
The City of Calgary: Municipality Marches Forward with new Guidelines and Training for Project Procurement
Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo: Gearing Up for Major Projects
In 2013 the Regional Municipality was in the process of implementing new procurement policies, procedures and procurement systems. At the same time, it was in the early planning stages for some major capital and operational projects estimated at approximately $500M per year for the coming 4-5 years. In order to enhance the capacity of the Supply Chain Management department in preparation for these initiatives, the Regional Municipality began to search for suitable, affordable and timely procurement training….Read More
Government of Ontario: The Value of Customization
Government of Alberta: Developing Accountability
In-depth training would be required to familiarize the GoA’s procurement and contract management staff with the new Accountability Framework… Read More
PSPP: The Start of Something Big
CLBC: Bridging the Gap
BC Hydro: A Powerful Solution
ARES: Going the Distance
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