get this right and the rest will follow
The integrity and maturity of an organisation’s procurement function has a direct impact on the other activities that flow from it, being contract and supply chain management.
Procurement of goods and services is the search for and acquisition of a partner who can meet an organisation’s needs in terms of value and quality. But at the same time, not at the cost of damage to reputation, if it turns out that a business partner has integrity skeletons in the closet or cannot meet contractual obligations.
Fundamental to minimising future pain is to know who you’re dealing with by conducting thorough business partner due diligence, ongoing monitoring of relationships and awareness of risks and their red flags.
Pre-contract execution due diligence
Ongoing monitoring of contractual performance
Awareness of risk indicators or ‘red flags’
Meet the PKF Integrity team
David MorganHead of PKF Integrity – Queensland
David LehmannPKF Integrity Principal
Dom CosentinoManaging Partner – Adelaide
Liam MurphyManaging Partner – Brisbane
Ross Di BartoloPartner
Matthew ButlerManaging Partner – Gold Coast
Timothy BowManaging Partner – Melbourne
Steve MeynChairman – PKF Australia / Managing Director – Sydney & Newcastle
New England North West
Darren ShillingtonManaging Partner – Perth