Chief Procurement Officer (CPO)
A Chief Procurement Officer (CPO) is an enterprise executive responsible for obtaining the goods
and services an organization requires to conduct business.
In a smaller organization the CPO may be called the Director of Procurement, the Purchasing
Director or the Purchasing Officer.
See also: IT
This was last updated in July 2013
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