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Activities for the supply chain and procurement processes?

asked Apr 20, 2014 in Procurement by lulopez (2,220 points)
Can someone share experience on some of the activities for the supply chain and procurement processes in the energy industry?

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answered Apr 20, 2014 by lilianlope (2,360 points) | selected Apr 20, 2014 by Normandy
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These are the typical activities for the supply chain and procurement processes in the energy industry:

Organization and Execution of Supply Chain / Procurement
The Supply Chain / Procurement System
Supply Chain / Procurement Scope
Supply Chain / Procurement Planning
Equipment and Material Criticality Rating
Supplier and Subcontractor Qualification Processes
Project Sourcing of Suppliers and Subcontractors
The Project Approved Bidder’s List
The Project Requisition Process
Material Requisition Packages
Requests for Quotation (RFQs) or Invitations to Bid (ITBs) and Processes
Quote / Bid Evaluations
Certified Verification Agent (CVA) Verifications of Subcontracts and Purchase Orders
Awarding of Contracts and Purchase Orders
Purchase Order Change Management
Material Certifications
Materials Delivery Management
Product and Materials Identification, Traceability, and Control
Materials Receipt, Unloading, Inspection, Handling, Storage, Packaging, Preservation, and Delivery
Worksite Management and Control of Inventory and Surplus
Control of Customer Supplied Products and Equipment
Auditing and Surveillance of Suppliers and Subcontractors
Roles and Responsibilities within Supply Chain and Procurement
Supplier and Subcontractor Quality Assurance and Control Requirements
Supplier and Subcontractor Quality Planning and Management
Quality Surveillance, Inspection, Testing, ITPs, and Reporting
Supplier and Subcontractor Documentation, Records, and Reports Control
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answered Apr 20, 2014 by Normandy (21,040 points)

To further what "lilianlope" already provided, the purposes of the supply chain management plan are namely:

  • To acquire quality of products, materials, and equipment through establishment of supply chain processes and practices consistent with the contractor’s project quality management system and procedures and the contractor’s general Quality Management System.
  • To verify that contractor’s acquisition and management of products, materials, and equipment comply with owner company’s requirements.