I N T R O D U C T I O N
Procurement & handling client supplied materials outlines procedures to be followed when procuring/purchasing services and/or materials to be used during the course of a project.
It also defines the requirements and responsibilities involved in the control of a customer supplied product.
S C O P E
The Procurement section covers:
Evaluation of sub-contractors - the procedures followed in evaluating a sub-contractor which includes: their capa-bility to carry out the work, evaluating the quality system in place, and their capability to meet the Quality Assurance requirements.
Purchasing data - instructions relating to the ordering of all quality-related data and the requirements and specifi-cations associated. The produced data must conform to Australian Standards.
Verification of purchased product - outlines the process followed when purchased goods are received, and the verification of such goods.
The Handling client supplied materials section covers:
Documentation - requirements involved when a customer supplied product is received.
Checks for discrepancies - instructions relating to the quality, quantity and condition checks of the received product.
Storage - procedures for instances that may occur during the storage of customer supplied product.
O B J E C T I V E S
The objectives of the procurement section are to ensure the quality of the product is not adversely affected by purchased services and materials.
The objectives of the client supplied materials section is to provide definition and uniform requirements in the control of customer supplied product, to ensure correct receipt, handling and storage have occurred and are maintained through checks.
Procurement & handling client supplied materials
How to manage the procurement of client-supplied materials
Publication date: 22.04.2011
A practical guide for software project managers and staff
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