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Procurement Services Strategy.Rev 1
Transcript of Procurement Services Strategy.Rev 1
- Central Purchasing department
- Procurement Services
Amount of Spend / Buying Power
- Central Purchasing department
TIMELINE / GOALS
Central Purchasing is now
Revised vision. Revised policy.
I want your
Meet & Communicate Strategy
Publish & Communicate Policy
Revise Policy to align with Business
Right resources in the right roles
Lack of training
Departments unfamiliar with Procurement Services team
Procurement Services unfamiliar with Departments
Knowing BMI Business
Perception of Procurement Services (Order Clerks, Purchasing administrators, etc.)
Trust in Procurement team
Dissatisfied with service
Lack of participation or enthusiasm
Senior Management buy-in
Authority to act
Departmental support of Policy
Barrier of entry into new "markets"
To refocus efforts on creating & growing
mutually beneficial partnerships.
1. To work collaboratively with our partner departments
2. To be PROactive, not REactive
3. To perform necessary due diligence for BMI
1. Listening to honest feedback
2. Being flexible
3. Changing perceptions
What does this mean?
1. Policy Revision
3. Value-Added Services
2. Rethinking how we work
Reactive / Project Based
Run the Business
Flexible / Adaptable solutions
Proactive Project Based
Grow/Transform the Business
What is your understanding of Purchasing?
What feedback/criticism do you have of Purchasing?
Where do our roles (mis)align?
Why do you use Purchasing?
Some things to think about during this meeting:
Revise & Publish Policy
Create a High level vision
Identify and work on Quick Wins
Meet with Key Departments & communicate vision
Analyze feedback received
RFP for ISG/Gen. Serv.
RFP for Accounting / FP&A
RFP for FP&A
RFP for HR
Work on improving "broken" processes
Identify what Projects on the Horizon:
Other Non-Critical Projects:
(1) Building Lease
Office Supply Program
Contracts for HR
(1) Contract for ISG
Total Vendor Management
Contracts with Preferred Suppliers
Approved Supplier Lists (ASL's)
Vendor & Spend Categorization
establish Brand Standards
Defined RFP Schedules
RFID / Tagging
Capacity / Drains on Procurement resources
Speed to Market
End of company initiatives
Lack of Communication
Not listening to feedback
Not getting feedback
Flexible solutions to pain points
Continue forward progress
Perceptions & Culture
Purchase / Pay
Strategic procurement process
Transactional procurement process
SOW / SLA Definition
Total Cost Projection
Lease vs Buy
RFP / RFP Design
Offer / Counter-offering
Ensure timely delivery
Capacity to add Value (cost, quality, time)
Response and delivery time
(Approval, Reporting, Pay, etc.)
eProcurement / Reverse Auctioning
Establish and Work on Short-term goals
Print Services RFP
Hear from your team
Analyze quick pay/buy options
2. How to "refocus" a vision.
1. Refocused Vision & Revised Policy
What am I missing?
Why don't you use Purchasing?