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NM could gain from national health sector growth

Across the country, place-based institutions like hospitals and universities are discovering that their procurement policies can have a huge impact on employment and the local economy:

 local businesses have an opportunity to sell goods and services to a growing industry, provided they have the right stuff and access to the market. UNM is trying to help locals by working with the Washington, D.C.-area Democracy Collaborative to give New Mexico vendors a better shot at the Health Sciences Center’s $1.5 billion business. The Mayor’s Office, Central New Mexico Community College, the Community Foundation and other groups are partners in the effort. Read full article. 

Publication date: 2016-03-16
Parent publication: Albuquerque Journal
Publication URL: http://www.abqjournal.com/741755/news/nm-news/new-mexico-could-gain-from-national-health-sector-growth.html

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