Agencies talk about their experience using PCI
Karla Davidson-Brown, FCIPS, is Head of Procurement at Pāmu Farms of New Zealand, a state-owned enterprise with about 700 employees nation-wide. Here she discusses how Pāmu Farms is using the PCI as a tool to assess and benchmark the strength of the procurement function, set priorities and development goals, and raise profile of the procurement team with internal stakeholders.
Who is it for: All agency procurement practitioners - all stages of experience.
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Public procurement within the OECD
Fleur D'souza and Tessa Cullen share their respective OECD secondment experiences in Paris. They give an overview of the different procurement projects they were involved with. The OECD is an inter-governmental organisation with 37 member countries. It doesn't have any governing power, but is seen as a leading organisation that provides good practice guidance and advice to both member and non- member states.
Who is it for: All procurement practitioners - all stages of experience.
Duration: 40 minutes
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