A club providing benchmarking on procurement, one of the greatest challenges facing the public sector – authorities spend huge amounts of money with a wide range of suppliers, and providing value for money and where possible achieving savings are of paramount importance in the climate of authorities’ reducing budgets.

This club will be new for 2014. The questionnaire has been developed by a pilot group of practitioners from across the public sector. 

The exercise supports the procurement function in two ways:

  1. It helps authorities to share data on a wide range of procurement topics and to network with colleagues in other authorities
  2. A key question examines where authorities were successful in making savings – providing an excellent resource for authorities to identify which areas are most worth investing procurement resource in.

Areas covered

  • examination of organisational expenditure with third parties
  • the remit of the procurement function
  • use of technology
  • measuring savings & targets
  • size, structure and cost of procurement function
  • collaborative procurement
  • sourcing strategy
  • contract management.

What do you get?

Join and you'll benefit from:

  • clearly defined and well-presented questionnaires
  • helpline and e-mail service
  • detailed comparative reports
  • club database, interactice report, collated text questions
  • access to review meetings

Complete the 2016 membership form

Find out more

Procurement Example Report 2015

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Procurement Example Questionnaire 2015

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