In line with Lord Carter�s review, the National Procurement Skills Development (PSD) Network will make a major contribution to the achievement of the recommendations set out in the review, in particular Recommendation 5(f):
�trusts embracing the adoption and promotion of the NHS Procurement & Commercial Standards with the support of the new Skills Development Networks, with those that have already achieved Level 1 achieving Level 2 of the standards by October 2018; and those trusts that are yet to attain Level 1 achieving that level by October 2017. All trusts to produce a self- improvement plan to meet their target standard by March 2017.�
This document is published by the (NHS) National PSD Network Board and sets out the approach to be taken regionally (through the PSD Network) to support organisations in attaining accreditation through the NHS Procurement & Commercial Standards
Catalogue Management � Electronic catalogue system in place and regularly used for key areas of spend. � Strategy agreed on range of products/services to be included in the catalogue with plans to increase coverage to circa 80% of the addressable transaction volume by September 2017. Agreed process in place to respond to purchases made off catalogue. � � � Well developed catalogue system in place which covers all regulalrly used supplies across the organisation. Catalogue coverage is 80% or more of the addressable transaction volumes. Evidence catalogue is well maintained and pricing is up to date and subject to formal competition as appropriate. Free text ordering con ned to only genuine one off orders or services.
� Cataloguesrationalisedand variation minimised � For example in an Acute Trust a best in class health catalogue(s) would have less than 12,000 unique items used in any one year.
Procure to Pay (P2P) � Electronic ordering system in place and utilised. � Strategy in place as to which goods and services should be undertaken via PO, NHS SC, free text etc developed (includes procedures for orders placed not following process). � Plan in place to ensure that 90% of the addressable transaction volume is on an electronic ordering system by September 2017. � E-procurement solution operating effectively and transacting 90% or more of the addressable transaction volume. � E-invoicing strategy in place with timeplan for implementation. � Fully integrated P2P solution embedded across the organisation and used to drive all transactional procurement activity. � Signi cantvolumesofinvoices are received from suppliers electronically (e-invoicing).
Hi mate. Yes I've still got some left from the old days. That's the only AIM share I have now and I've just stuck them in a drawer and forgot about them. I look in occasionally for news but my money is in the ftse 100. I told you before I lucked out on AZN, bought them for income and they took a jump, my average is low £20s and they're at £46 just now so I'm a happy camper lol. Done really well in CSN as well. A brilliant earner yielding 8+% all the time I had them but they hit £3.75 and I sold the lot ( bought them at £1.64 ). Still enjoying travelling and was in the US for 7 weeks in April/May. Going back next month for a few weeks On the west coast and going to Las Vegas on the way back for a bit of fun at the tables. Hope LEG puts you on easy street mate. ATB
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