Thank you for visiting this FREE MEMBER PROCUREMENT LIBRARY. We have created these free resources for you and will be adding more.
Not registered yet?
Click here to sign up to access the FREE MEMBER PROCUREMENT LIBRARY
Log-in to the FORUM and your Free Member Procurement Library
Principles are the foundation of public procurement. They govern public procurement management and are the basis of any code of conduct for public officials, and anyone involved in the public procurement process. As a practitioner and public servant, you must have a clear understanding of these principles and know how to apply them to guide your decisions when managing the procurement process. This eBook will give you a solid starting point on this crucial topic.
Essential Principles of Public Procurement will be able to be downloaded 5 days after you registered.
Public procurement methods are procedures used by procuring entities to procure goods, services and construction works. These methods are classified as competitive or non-competitive. Different procurement methods are used within each group and the selection of any one of them usually depends on the monetary value and complexity of the specific procurement requirement. Most importantly, the procurement method influences the time it takes to complete the selection process. This eBook will give you a good understanding of different types of procurement methods.
Procurement Method Selection will be able to be downloaded 10 days after you registered.
We plan procurements knowing it is only a ‘best case scenario'. We plan for uncertainties, but when it doesn’t work out, it gives us an indication of what went wrong, and we can use this to improve our future planning exercise. During implementation, the closer we get to performing according to the original plan, the better. This eBook addresses the basics of public procurement planning.
Procurement Planning Basics will be able to be downloaded 15 days after you registered.
Although Public Procurement represent a significant portion of government revenues and is estimated to represent between 15% and 22%, or more, of a country’s gross domestic product (GDP), many procurement practitioners have not given much thought to the question: What is Public Procurement? This eBook proposes a practical definition of Public Procurement, its goal, actors, stakeholders, beneficiaries and legal framework.
What is Public Procurement? will be able to be downloaded 20 days after you registered.