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Alternative Launches After Fiscal Mismanagement Downs Government Travel Group

After three decades in operation, the Society of Government Travel Professionals last spring lost its tax-exempt nonprofit status. It had failed to file required Internal Revenue Service documents for three consecutive years. Sources said the organization’s board blames its former executive director, Rick Singer. SGTP last year fired his company, the now-defunct Edge Consulting, which had been…

TCG Consulting Hires KBR’s Travel Department In Outsourcing Deal, Picks CWT

CWT Energy, Resources & Marine now is spooling up newly consolidated business with KBR Inc. A year ago, the global engineering, construction and government services company had 13 agencies, according to officials with TCG Consulting. The TMC implementation is one of many projects contemplated by a broad outsourcing partnership in which TCG manages KBR’s card and travel programs, and some meetings. It could…

Podcast 4: Harriet Washburn, John Guarneri, Richard Clowes, Mike Cameron

On our fourth podcast episode, Jay Campbell and David Jonas chat with Harriet Washburn, John Guarneri and Richard Clowes about travel management configurations, insourcing versus outsourcing and the ARC Corporate Travel Department model. Harriet leads a team of category managers serving clients who have outsourced travel and expense management to IBM. Now a consultant with GoldSpring Consulting, John spent…

Jack Reynaert And The Profitability Of Knowledge

Meritor global travel manager Jack Reynaert Jr. is a quintessential example of knowledge as power. For the Detroit-area drive train manufacturer, Reynaert established a highly insourced, no-nonsense program. The roads that led him there were a lot like his booking policy compliance — nearly perfect. Seemingly the industry’s only second-generation travel manager, Reynaert has travel management in his blood. His late…

Podcast 3: Pam Massey, Patrice Simon, Miriam Moscovici

On our third podcast episode, Jay Campbell interviews Pam Massey about the new and old challenges of managing travel in a non-governmental organization, and how leadership change is prompting new approaches. Pam shared tips on communication and being flexible on policy for the sake of service quality, as well as her new thinking on travel management company RFPs. Later…

Podcast 2: Christa Degnan Manning, Norm Rose, Bhart Sarin

On our second podcast episode, David Jonas interviews Bhart Sarin about policy compliance measures, outsourcing, career development and the Global Business Travel Association. Bhart is in global procurement for food production company Ingredion. He’s also a GBTA board member. Later in the podcast, Jay Campbell joins David in a discussion with Eudemonia founder and principal analyst Christa Degnan Manning and…

Unprecedented GBTA Election Failure Highlights Participation Challenges

Many members feel they left last week’s Global Business Travel Association convention in Orlando with unfinished business. GBTA said it did not receive enough votes in its annual election to seat new officers or decide on new bylaws. The announcement shocked some of the organization’s supporters. One called it an embarrassment. Another claimed incompetence. Many…

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