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    University Of Brighton   Ho P   David Davies 270410 V2 University Of Brighton Ho P David Davies 270410 V2 Presentation Transcript

    • Interview for Procurement Services Manager University of Brighton
      • “ Delivering sustainability in an age of public sector spending restraint”
      • David Davies MCIPS MBIFM BA (Hons )
      • Tuesday 27 th April 2010
    • Tasks
      • Define what is Sustainable Procurement
      • How can any potential procurement problems at Brighton University be identified.
      • How can Brighton University procurement services be improved upon.
      • How can the procurement services at Brighton University be sustained year on year.
    • Task 1 Sustainable Procurement “… sustainable procurement is all about taking environmental & social factors into account in procurement decisions. It is about looking at what your products are made of, where they come from & who has made them “ Higher Education Partnership for Sustainability
    • The British standard for sustainable procurement BS 8903
    • TASK 2
      • Procurement Leverage
      • Conduct in-depth review - map data & procurement processes, capture & control spend & generate useful data & control mechanisms
      • Expert advice & support - colleagues within the Finance dept and other colleagues on all aspects of Sustainable procurement.
      • Commitment & Understanding - sustainable development & how procurement leverage can
      • deliver sustainable outcomes.
    • Task 3 1 of 3
      • Cost Savings – Delivery in time of Economic restraint
      • Define – How savings / efficiencies will be made.
      • Measure – Use of EMM (Hefce)
      • Analyse – Reduce wastage & Buy smarter
      • Action Plan
      • Mitigate Operational Risks
      • Discuss - KEY stakeholders prioritise areas of:
      • * Review – ALL non-pay spend 2010-11
      • * Collaboration – SUPC - £181M Savings £30M – 15%
      • * Target Savings/Efficiencies – Update 2009-10
    • Task 3 2 of 3
      • Advise & support – Staff for acquisition goods & services
      • * least environmentally damaging
      • * contribute positively to the development & maintenance of sustainable communities.
      • * Apply & encourage good business practice.
      • • Purchasing Strategies -
      • * Incorporate sustainability in all acquisition strategies for commodities & services.
      • * Overcome barriers to sustainable methods.
      • • Tender Process - Improve the sustainability at this stage of purchasing cycle in a pragmatic way.
      • .
    • Task 3 3 of 3 • CSR - Encourage suppliers to develop a practical and proactive approach • Main suppliers - ensure they understand the key sustainable issues so that they can develop their products. • Assist organisations - (including smaller, local and unorthodox enterprises) to understand our procurement processes – competition on equal terms. • Review Risks - impact of products & services with the Sustainability Adviser. • Training - appropriate people to understand sustainable procurement & the options open to them.
    • Task 4
      • Staff should support sustainable procurement by:
      • Questioning the need for new items .
      • * Do we really need it? Could we use fewer?
      • * Can it be borrowed, shared, rented, or the need satisfied in another way?
      • Drafting specifications that allow recycled, used or innovative items to be acquired, or checking existing specifications are functional and not over-specified;
      • Operating & disposing of products in an environmentally responsible way, including finding alternative applications or owners;
      • Applying life-cycle costing in all procurement decisions;
      • Provide advice - Procurement Services Manager
    • SUPC Commodity Groups Catering, Computing, Audio Visual Estates Mngt, Cleaning, Furniture Office / Residential , Laboratory, Professional Services , Insurance, Library, Stationery. * Does Brighton use all these Contracts ?