Introduction to Purchasing Security
The SRI has produced two reports on Procurement of Security. The first contains findings from a research study focussing on those engaged in the buying decision. It raises some interesting findings not least that the security sector believe that procurers often do not get best value for the money they spend. Procuring security is not an everyday exercise and so on the back of these findings, the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) worked with Perpetuity to produce a briefing guide for procurers. SRI members had an input and the second document that can be downloaded is an ‘Introduction to Purchasing Security’ The Guide will help procurers with the key elements of procuring security including advice on what should be included in Service Level Agreements and example Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).
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