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Page 29of 50greenwichcollege.edu.au O Provider 91153 - Cricos Code: 02672K BMGT517 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd, 1stEdition Version 3, 2015 Note:The coaching conversation does not need to rigidly follow the order above. Any genuinely two-way conversation will develop in unplanned ways. Nevertheless, each element of the GROW model should be addressed at some point in any coaching session that is likely to be effective. Procurement policy and procedures BBQfun Procurement Policy Purpose The purpose of this policy is to ensure the acquisition of resources is carried out consistently, fairly and transparently and in accordance with organisational requirements. Scope The scope of this policy covers the purchasing and acquisition of resources by employees and contractors of BBQfun. Resources Specific principles for the implementation of this policy are available below. Responsibility Responsibility for the implementation of this policy rests with employees and management of BBQfun with responsibility for purchasing resources. Relevant legislation, etc. ●Privacy Act 1988 (Cwlth) ●Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld) ●A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act 1999(Cwlth) ●Fair Work Act 2009(Cwlth). ●AS ISO 15489: 2002 Records management Updated/ authorised 6/2012 –Riz Mehra, CFO
Page 30of 50greenwichcollege.edu.au O Provider 91153 - Cricos Code: 02672K BMGT517 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd, 1stEdition Version 3, 2015 Principles governing procurement process 1. Probity and ethical behaviour The principle of probity and ethical behaviour governs the conduct of all procurement activities. Employees who have authority to procure goods and services must comply with the standards of integrity, probity, professional conduct and ethical behaviour. Employees or directors must not seek to benefit from supplier practices that may be dishonest or unethical. 2. Value for money Value for money is the core principle underpinning procurement. Contracted organisations must be cost effective and efficient in the use of resources while upholding the highest standards of probity and integrity. In general, a competitive process carried out in an open, objective and transparent manner can achieve best value for money in procurement. 3. Non-discrimination This procurement policy is non-discriminatory. All potential contracted suppliers should have the same opportunities to compete for business and must be treated equitably based on their suitability for the intended purpose. 4. Risk management Risk management involves the systematic identification, analysis, treatment and, where possible, the implementation of appropriate risk-mitigation strategies. It is integral to efficiency and effectiveness to proactively identify, evaluate, and manage risks arising out of procurement related activities. The risks associated with procurement activity must be managed in accordance with the organisation’s Risk Management Policy.
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