Procurement Techniques and Methods
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Course Contents
  • Types of Procurement
  • Procurement Definition
  • Procurement Considerations
  • Difference between Procurement & Purchase
  • Difference between Goods, Works & Services
  • Procurement Methods
  • Choosing Procurement Method
  • Planning & Procurement Cycle
  • Purchasing Sequence
  • Definitions
  • Principles of Procurement
  • Integrity Pact
  • Limitations
  • Specifications
  • Working Mechanism
  • Advertisement Mechanism
  • Pre- Qualification Process
  • Qualification & Disqualification and Blacklisting of Supplier
  • Bidding Documents
  • Bid security and validity
  • Bidding process (Opening & evaluation)
  • Open & Competitive Bidding Process ( Complete Process)
  • Performance Guarantee and Earnest Money
  • Managing contract
  • Closing of contract
  • Transparency
  • Redrehsal & Arbitration
  • Mis-procurement
  • Q&A 

Benefits to Organization 

The organization will benefit by:
Higher productivity of personnel involved in contract activities
Having better outcomes in commercial transactions
Seeing improvements in the performance of contractors
Lower total cost of ownership for materials, equipment & services
Better trained contract personnel leading and guiding the contracting process
Continuous improvement in customer service

Benefits to Individual

Attendees will gain by participation in the following areas:

Mastering skills in managing complex contract activities

Greater ability to develop professionally

Increased job satisfaction and progress toward advancement

Receive increased recognition by their organization

Improved performance in leading, planning, and managing the entire contract process

Greater confidence in Managing the tendering specifications and contracts process

Training Objectives
To identify ways to increase procurement effectiveness and efficiency
To set up and manage a procurement activity
To select suppliers using appropriate evaluation methods and criteria
To measure supplier performance
To work with user departments to improve procurement within the organization
To manage contractual changes
To understand how contracts end
To identify and determine how to resolve supplier disputes
Elements of Good Procurement Process
Develop methods of Contractor Performance Measurement
Learn methods of Tender Evaluation
Important Contract Clauses

Training Methodology

Participants will increase competencies through a variety of instructional methods including lecture by an experienced practitioner and consultant, and group discussions covering current practices and their relationship to the implementation of new concepts.