Negotiate strategic procurement

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Elements and Performance Criteria

ELEMENTS

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

Elements describe the essential outcomes

Performance criteria describe the performance needed to demonstrate achievement of the element. Where bold italicised text is used, further information is detailed in the range of conditions section.

1. Plan and prepare for strategic procurement negotiations

1.1 Seek input and advice from key stakeholders and identify the procurement and negotiating context.

1.2 Gather information on suppliers and develop a best alternative to negotiating an agreement.

1.3 Determine objectives, targets and bottom line position for negotiations.

1.4 Determine composition of negotiating team and limits on negotiators’ authority.

1.5 Determine negotiation process, timeframes and strategies to suit complexity of procurement and supplier characteristics.

1.6 Develop a negotiation plan or directive that identifies negotiation roles of team members, lead negotiator, negotiating styles, tactics and limits of authority to suit the procurement activity.

1.7 Seek authorisation of negotiation plan.

2. Undertake strategic procurement negotiations

2.1 Open negotiations, identify supplier tactics, and identify mutually compatible interests.

2.2 Negotiate concessions to terms and conditions on minor and major issues to improve overall value for money of the procurement.

2.3 Implement concessions such that agreements remain consistent with original intentions and with procurement, organisational objectives and probity requirements.

2.4 Use appropriate tactics to break negotiation deadlocks and continue negotiations according to negotiation plan.

2.5 Conduct negotiations and make an offer.

3. Finalise strategic procurement negotiations

3.1 Finalise negotiations and agreements according to procurement guidelines.

3.2 Keep communication channels open and seek additional support, arguments and supporting evidence where agreement is not possible immediately.

3.3 Terminate negotiations and pursue the best alternative, where agreement is not possible in a way that preserves the relationship with the supplier for possible future business and deters the possibility of legal liability.

3.4 Consider where agreements may have wider implications for procurement and the organisation, and carry out necessary consultation.

3.5 Document details and outcomes of negotiations.