May 8

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Many leaders in procurement are looking at new technologies to transform their sourcing performance - but what is the right direction to go?

Drop in on a call with Government Technology on May 8 at 11 a.m. pacific/2 p.m. eastern as we share new research data and provide hidden insights into what your vendors and internal stakeholders really think about moving their processes online. Hear our experts:

  • Share the results from a large-scale vendor and internal stakeholder surveys
  • Unpack the implications for your technology choices today – what to look for and why it’s important 
  • Discuss how your platform decision can open a path that unlocks incredibly rich data, deep collaboration and significant cost savings


Dugan Petty

Dugan Petty — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

For fifteen years, Dugan Petty served in Oregon State Government. His goal was to improve its effectiveness at the enterprise level. He served as the State’s Chief Information Officer for six years. His collaborative leadership led to a new e-government delivery system, open government applications, strengthening security, and improvements in IT governance. Before coming to Oregon, he served in Alaska State Government for over 24 years.

Corry Flatt

Corry Flatt

CEO, Bonfire

As CEO of Bonfire, Corry Flatt believes that procurement teams deserve modern, easy-to-use, and inexpensive software to make better, faster decisions. For over 15 years Corry has worked in software and information technology giving him real insight into technology and data’s ability to provide meaningful solutions to real challenges.

James Barr

James Barr

Director of Product Development, Bonfire

James Barr is the Director of Product Development for Bonfire. In his role, James leads a cross-functional team responsible for long-term product strategy and vision. Previously, he held multiple senior roles at Miovision Technologies developing both hardware and software products creating intelligent solutions to transportation problems around the globe.