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Improved procurement through Supplier Spend Analysis

Improved procurement through Supplier Spend Analysis. Introduction. Overview of Spend Analysis Project Benefits of Spend Analysis FE Procurement Development Team – Carl Johnson, AOC Bournville College – Karen Stanwell, Procurement Manager Costs & Options Other Procurement Services.

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Improved procurement through Supplier Spend Analysis

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  1. Improved procurement through Supplier Spend Analysis

  2. Introduction • Overview of Spend Analysis Project • Benefits of Spend Analysis • FE Procurement Development Team – Carl Johnson, AOC • Bournville College – Karen Stanwell, Procurement Manager • Costs & Options • Other Procurement Services

  3. Overview of Spend Analysis Project • 70 Colleges/13 Collaborative Groups • Savings identified • Cashable – over £3m • Non Cashable - over £5m • Spend Analysis Lite & Spend Analysis Advanced • Online Tool • Report (optional) • Onsite Visit (optional)

  4. Benefits of Spend Analysis • Obtain effective management information and insight into spend • Identify potential cashable & non cashable savings • Aggregate spend to highlight major suppliers and categories of spend • Compare, benchmark and highlight opportunities for collaboration with other colleges • Help compliance with EU Directive

  5. FE Procurement Development Team Why are we support spend analysis? • Starting point for procurement • Operational Efficiency Programme (OEP) Has the spend analysis project been a success? • Commissioned a review of the project

  6. FE Procurement Development Team Findings (based on 52 of the 74 colleges) • 6 million pounds of potential cashable and non cashable savings highlighted. • Over 2.5 million of these savings have been realised one year on. • Key spend area’s highlighted were Examinations, Energy, IT Hardware, Insurance and Advertising. • Lessons learnt

  7. FE Procurement Development Team Highlights • FE Sussex work on Exams (400k) • Wigan & Leigh college purchasing energy via YPO (95k) and Insurance via CPC (40k) • Solihull college OGC e-Auction for IT (25%) • Cirencester college using Buying Solutions MFD contract (5k per year plus added value products) • Bournville College

  8. Bournville College • My College • Cashable and Non Cashable savings • The Collaborative Group

  9. Costs & Options • Spend Analysis Lite • Online Tool - £1750 • Action Plan (optional) - £195 • Onsite Visit (optional) - £240 • Spend Analysis Advanced • Online Tool - £3500 • Action Plan (optional) - £300 • Site Visit (optional) - £240 • Risk Reward Model • Online Tool - £5000 • Action Plan (optional) - • £400 • Site Visit (optional) – • £300

  10. Other Procurement Services • PQQ Services • Supplier Accreditation • Procurement Services • E-auctions • Cost Reduction - Utilities

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