Procurement Capability Assessment Template (30 slides)
What key capabilities are required to successfully do procurement within a public agency? How do the procurement capabilities of the agency compare with best practices? How will latest trends in the marketplace affect procurement practices and the capabilities the agency requires in the future?
Traditionally, key procurement capabilities include procurement planning and analysis (e.g., analytics), efficient procurement processes, responsive client service, modern technology and tools (e-procurement), procurement policies and support, procurement oversight, green procurement/ sustainability, and equitable supplier access. Are these capabilities sufficient? What new capabilities are required?
The procurement capability assessment template provides a capability model to identify the key procurement capabilities required of the organization, and to assess current and future capabilities. It contains examples of common/best practices by key procurement capability, and a five level maturity capability scale and template to assess capabilities for each key capability (see examples in preview slides). Capabilities are assessed based on different states or plateaus that the organization may strive to achieve based on generally recognized common/best practices.
You will receive an email with a link to download the template (30 slides in a PowerPoint fully editable format) as well as the Capability Assessment Guide (15 pages in a Word format).