Procurement is a risky business. Procurement managers are responsible for obtaining materials, goods, and services at the lowest reasonable cost, but they are not equipped to evaluate, and monitor suppliers for ethics and sustainability practices that are demanded by EHS professionals. The result is an information gap that presents significant risk.
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