Best International Procurement Project of the Year
This category recognises an innovative project in procurement, or any other function of the supply chain, which was undertaken internationally by an Irish-based organisation.
The project must have been executed or ongoing over the past 12 months.
Entry is by a 5 A4 page submission; the judges will be looking for a clear plan and evidence that it is delivering on core objectives, paying particular attention to the criteria listed below.
Organisation Background: Please provide a brief description of the organisation and the procurement function within the organisation, including team and organisational structure.
Procurement Project Background: Please provide a background of the project including the rationale behind it, the brief, key team members, project budget and timeline.
Execution & Challenges: Describe how the brief was fulfilled, using a clear execution plan, detailing key milestones and high level actions, and including any challenges faced and how the team worked together to overcome them.
Innovation: Please include details of any unique efforts or processes that have been employed, demonstrating how innovation in the procurement strategy and/or execution helped the outcome.
Outcomes & Results: Summarise the outcomes of the project including the contribution to business growth and/or benefits to the stakeholders.
Include any other facts or statements that you feel are relevant to support the entry, including awards and accreditations in the procurement field.