The increasing dynamics of the market entails changes to the way of managing the purchasing processes. Why do some companies stay leaders in optimising the purchasing process and what makes them successful? The Hackett Group has revealed the key elements of those companies’ strategies in a survey.
On 25 July 2014 the Polish Sejm adopted amendments to the Public Procurement Law. The price will no longer be a decisive criterion for the result of a tendering procedure. This has been the most significant change to the Polish Procurement Law in the last 10 years.
A code of conduct with suppliers should not be viewed as a complete list of non-negotiable rules. It is a regulation that allows a company to take risks, but at the same time to safeguard its interests. A code of conduct is also a token of partnership, by which the buyer clearly expresses the requirement […]
The Public Procurement Office surveyed 11.5 thousand of respondents. The results show that the awarding entities are still reluctant to use electronic equipment in tender procedures – as reported by the Dziennik Gazeta Prawna daily.
One of the key reasons for delays in infrastructural investments, such as motorways, railway lines or the underground, are delays in procurement and purchasing processes. The major cause of impediments is the traditional approach to contracting in the investment processes, which limits the possibility of actual control over cooperation between the Contractor and Subcontractors.