Local Government Purchasing and Procurement - An Introduction - 5 April 2017
|Event Type||Training Course|
|Event Focus||Education and Training|
|Event Scope||Local Government|
|Dates||05/04/2017 to 05/04/2017|
All Staff who are involved in purchasing activities in Councils
This course provides an overview on how purchasing operates in South Australia's Local Government sector. Staff undertaking this course will gain a broad understanding of the frameworks and legislation that may apply when carrying out Local Government purchasing activities.
Course participants will gain knowledge of basic purchasing concepts and an end-to-end understanding of how to run a sound purchasing process in the Local Government sector, as well as knowledge of how to develop requirements for simple purchases. Participants will also gain an understanding of purchasing evaluation and negotiation processes and basic contract management principles.
The course covers relevant sections of Local Government Act 1999 (SA) and Local Government guidelines relating to purchasing. Matters about probity and ethics and the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC) operations are also addressed.
- Local Government framework, rules, regulations and policy
- Basic Purchasing and Strategic Purchasing
- Centralised, Decentralised and Hybrid Purchasing
- Specifying Requirements
- Specifications Principles
- Market Assessment
- Various Purchasing Methods
- Evaluating Offers
- Contract Management Fundamentals
- Record Keeping
LGA Procurement developed 5 modules specifically for the South Australia Local Government sector – learn more about their offerings HERE!
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