This content was published on the Determine blog on June 25, 2019

Procurement often uses the terms governance and compliance to describe the “law and order” part of our responsibilities. Governance establishes the rules for enterprise purchasing and spend management, while compliance measures how well distributed buyers adhere to those rules. In a perfect world, proper governance would lead to consistent compliance. In the real world, there is often only a loose connection between the two.

Historically, most procurement organizations have predominantly focused on compliance. This may be due to one of the following reasons:

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