To better understand the Barriers to Entry in Government Markets, Ivalua recently conducted extensive primary and secondary research — in partnership with the Public Spend Forum and North Carolina State University’s Supply Chain Center — to understand the barriers to entry in government markets.

Maintaining a diverse pool of suppliers is critical to achieving resiliency and meeting the needs of your constituents — especially in times of crisis. But typical barriers such as outdated, manual processes, inefficient supplier onboarding, incumbent supplier preference, and legislative issues can inhibit progress. 

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  • Barriers to Entry Report (PDF)
  • Barriers to Entry Expert Panel Discussion
  • Barriers to Entry Case Studies from the City of Tampa, State of Minnesota, and US Army DEVCOM GVSC