134. How blockchain can transform public procurement
Guest Name: Salisu Uba, Managing partner of NatQuest Ltd, Co-founder of Africa chamber of Digital commerce . Language: English, Publication date: April, 28. 2021
Salisu Uba, is a professional in procurement and supply chain with more than a decade of experience through various sectors and academia. In Nigeria, he has handled and executed many high-impact projects in the finance, oil and gas and defence industries. His current project involves research in the adoption of blockchain in the supply chain of oil and gas industry, explicitly exploring the perception of blockchain adoption by stakeholders in the oil and gas supply chain at the university of Strathclyde, Glasgow.
He is a Fellow (FCIPS) of the Chartered institute of procurement and supply and the Chartered institute of Loan and risk management, a member of the Chartered management institute (CMI) UK, and the Council of supply chain management practitioners (USA).
Salisu holds an MSc in supply chain from Aberdeen business school of the Robert Gordon University Aberdeen, Scotland UK and a BSc Accountancy from The University of Maiduguri, Nigeria. He has authored and co-authored numerous conference papers and journal articles, and he has recently emerged as 1st runner up - the best paper award at ERPBSS2020 Dubai.
Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including:
- How blockchain can be used to streamline public procurement ?
- Could you please share some success stories how blockchain helps to fight corruption & unethical practices?
- How do you see the future of blockchain in a public procurement ?
- Some other key takeaway.
Connect with him on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/salisu-uba-fcips-b3837286/
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