We strive to provide a strategic, ethical and service driven approach to procurement. Find out about our procurement mission, strategy, and policy.
We aim to ensure our procurement process provides RNIB with value for money, and goods and services that are of high quality.
Procurement is an integral part of our strategy, so it’s vital our process:
To extend the influence of procurement to all areas of RNIB, to assist with the provision of value for money goods and services that assist the organisation in achieving its objectives.
To be true to our mission of providing those goods and services of the appropriate value and quality at the lowest overall cost available and at the time needed.
We will be innovative in our approach to problem solving, and be proactive in supplying and meeting the needs of the people and groups we serve, utilising approved methods and available/new technologies.
Our procurement strategy supports our strategic objectives and ambitions. We have five strategic procurement objectives, which are:
These strategic objectives are underpinned by our four guiding principles. To:
We understand that to achieve best value, we need a procurement policy that encourages innovative service provision and delivers efficiency, effectiveness and value for money.
The key principles of our procurement policy are:
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