Principles of organization of procurement

  • timely (long-term and short-term) planning of procurement activities, prompt decision-making on the adjustment of procurement parameters;
  • equality, fairness, non-discrimination and unreasonable restrictions on competition in relation to procurement participants;
  • targeted and cost-effective spending of money on the purchase of goods, works and services;
  • unlimited access to the procurement;
  • accepting the procurement parameters with account for the characteristics of the purchased products, markets and situations in which the procurement is performed;
  • competitive choice of suppliers, contractors, contractors, where it is possible and appropriate, and, if possible, collegial decision-making in situations where competitive choice is impossible or impractical;
  • considering the necessary combination of price and non-price factors determining efficiency in the selection of proposals that are optimal for the Company;
  • publicity of procurement activities;
  • the use of modern information technology, electronic document management and automation of procurement activities, including the use of functional electronic trading platforms;
  • collegial decision-making on the most important issues of the organization of procurement activities and on individual procurement;
  • professionalism and competence of the Company’s employees in preparing and making decisions on procurement; the impeccable behavior of such workers from an ethical point of view.

The methods of procurement procedures and the conditions for their application are determined by the above internal documents of the Company.

Procurement methods used by the Company, in descending order of priority:

  • Tender, auction.
  • Request for proposals, request for prices.
  • Simple purchase, small purchase.
  • Purchase from a single supplier (performer, contractor).