Planning is the most important aspect of getting your procurement completed. Your plan is the map that gets you from where you are now to a successfully executed contract. (Think about taking a car trip: you need directions, road numbers, and town names to make sure you are on the correct route.) Let’s look at the plans that are required to maximize your chances of having a successful procurement. We will start with a case example about procuring janitorial services for your company’s building.
CASE EXAMPLE 2: JANITORIAL SERVICES
XYZ Company has 50,000 square feet of mixed-use property. Some of the area is used for offices, some is used for a warehouse, and some is used as a small retail store. The company has decided to ...