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This profile was last updated on 5/29/08  and contains information from public web pages.
 
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According to Doug Braddock, ...
www.govpro.com, 29 May 2008 [cached]
According to Doug Braddock, supervisory economist at the BLS, Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections, advances in purchasing automation and information technology are the likely causes of slower employment growth in the public-sector purchasing work force.
,The use of the Internet to conduct electronic commerce has made information easier to obtain, thus increasing the productivity of purchasing managers.The Internet also allows both large and small companies to bid on contracts,, Braddock said. ,Exclusive supply contracts and long-term contracting have allowed organizations to negotiate with fewer suppliers less frequently.,
Some readers may question the low number of purchasing managers, especially within state government.According to Braddock, the relatively low number of purchasing managers in state governments may be connected to the Standard Occupational Classification definition of ,purchasing manager.,
,Employers are given the definitions and are asked how many are employed in that capacity,, Braddock said. ,Presumably, by the definition, there just aren,t that many purchasing managers in state governments.,
Doug Braddock, an economist ...
www.navytimes.com, 4 Nov 2007 [cached]
Doug Braddock, an economist with the Bureau of Labor Statistics, says that in the 30 years he has studied engineers, they have consistently expressed concerns about not having enough employees to meet the demand.
"It's nothing new," Braddock said.
National Council on Innovative Technology Commercialization
d77423.u37.smartfunction.net, 24 Jan 2004 [cached]
Douglas J. BraddockEconomist, Office of Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics
The Salt Lake Tribune -- Management Track a Rough Ride Today
www.sltrib.com, 20 July 2000 [cached]
The 10 million managerial jobs in 1998 will grow by 16 percent annually until the year 2008, said Doug Braddock, economist for the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
What Is Succession Planning, and Why Is It Needed?
www.halogensoftware.com [cached]
According to labor economist Douglas Braddock, "over the 1998-2008 period, more job openings are expected to result from replacement needs (34.7 million) than from employment growth in the economy (20.3 million)" [Occupational employment projections to 2008 (1999, p.75)]
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