Purpose and Scope.

The purpose of the PAF Procurement Policy and Procedures (Procurement Policy) is to structure
PAF’s purchasing processes and sourcing strategies to ensure that the services and goods we
acquire are the result of transparent, objective, time and cost-effective decision making and risk
management. This Policy is rooted in PAF’s Members’ commitment to continuous and
performance-driven improvement and bench-marking.
This Procurement Policy applies to all PAF staff, managers, directors, and officers as well as any
agent(s) for PAF seeking to acquire, acquiring and/or managing ongoing contractual relationships for
the provision of services and/or goods to or on behalf of PAF. It is not a box-ticking exercise, but
rather implies careful consideration at all stages of the procurement process, including before and
after. Adhering to this Policy is mandatory; violations may result in disciplinary action.
This Policy may be shared with potential suppliers, donors, and external partners, and incorporated
into any resulting contractual relationship.

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A call for tenders is an essential part of any formal procurement plan. Due consideration must be given to the manner in which the call is released, how to effectively describe the service/good PAF is requesting (with a clearly defined aim), and by which criteria PAF will judge timely, eligible bids.