Many of our procurement operations engage in measuring performance regularly, while others do not. Is there value in utilizing performance data? You bet there is…. provided you understand who this data is being communicated to and how it is being utilized as part of an organization’s decision-making process. In this session, we will peel back the onion with a case study from Orange County, Florida, whereby we will explore a myriad of key performance indicators as well as analysis factors that identified whether or not they were effectively demonstrating the performance of a procurement operation. Learn how modernizing our procurement performance measurements allowed us to more effectively demonstrate whether or not we are meeting our objectives. Additionally, we will explore procurement performance indicators utilized by peers around the country to identify both common and unique indicators that could contribute to organizational improvement.
What You'll Learn
completing this online training session, learners will be able to:
1. Analyze the performance measurement framework to determine if alignment exists with procurement or organizational strategic plan.
2. Interpret metrics to determine if modernization should be considered
3. Utilize metric data to support greater efficiencies in procurement operations.
Carrie has over 25 years of procurement experience in both the private
and public sectors. She currently serves
as the Manager for the Orange County Procurement Division. Carrie currently serves as Chair-Elect of the NIGP Governing Board. She is Past President of the Florida Association of Public Procurement Officials (FAPPO), and the Central Florida Chapter of NIGP, and has previously served on NIGP’s Talent Council, and the Board of Examiners for the Universal Public Procurement Certification Council. Carrie received the Anne Deatherage Meritorious Service Award from NIGP in 2014, and was named the Professional Manager of the Year by NIGP in 2012.
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