CPSP – Procurement of Goods, Services and Works

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CPSP – Procurement of Goods, Services and Works

Introduction

This module is intended to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to carry out procurement of goods, services and works efficiently and effectively.

At the end of this module, the trainee should be able to: Explain the concept of procurement of goods, services and works, Select appropriate systems for procuring goods, services and works, Identify value adding strategies in the procurement of goods, services and works and Discuss the legal framework in the procurement of goods, services and works

 

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CPSP-K notes in Kenya

PL1.2.01: OVERVIEW OF PROCUREMENT OF GOODS, SERVICES AND WORKS

 Competence

The trains should have the ability to effectively procure goods, services and works.

Content

Theory

  1. Definition of goods, services and works
  2. Characteristics of goods, services and works
  3. Types of goods, services and works

Practice

  1. Differentiation between goods, services and works

 

PL1.2.02: DEVELOPMENT OF SPECIFICATIONS FOR GOODS, SERVICES AND GOODS

 Competence

The trainee should have the ability to develop responsive specifications for goods, services and works.

 Content

Theory

  1. Definition of specifications
  2. Types of specifications
  3. Stakeholders involved in developing specifications
  4. Risks in specification development

Practice

  1. Development of specifications for goods, services and works

 

PL1.2.03: PROCUREMENT OF GOODS, SERVICES AND WORKS IN VARIOUS SECTORS 

 Competence

The trainee should have the ability to procure goods, services and works in various sectors.

 Content

Theory

  1. Various procurement sectors
  2. Key features of procurement in
  3. Public sector
  4. Private sector
  • Third sector
  1. Linking the three sectors in their procurement operations
  2. Difference in procurement of goods, services and works in various sectors

Practice

  1. Differentiation of procurement of goods, services and works in various sectors.

 

PL1.2.04: PROCUREMENT POLICY, LAW AND REGULATIONS IN KENYA

 Competence

The trainee should have the ability to apply procurement policy, law and regulations in procurement of goods, services and works

 Content

Theory

  1. History of Procurement law in Kenya
  2. The Procurement cycle
  3. Legal provisions in procurement of goods
  4. Legal provisions in procurement of services
  5. Legal provisions in procurement of works

Practice

  1. Discussion of the evolution of the public procurement system in Kenya

  

PL1.2.05: PROCUREMENT METHODS OF GOODS, SERVICES AND WORKS             

Competence

The trainee should have the ability to select the appropriate method to procure various goods, services and works for the organization.

Content

Theory

  1. Thresholds for procurement methods for goods, services and works
  2. Procurement methods
  3. Open tendering
  4. Restricted tendering
  • Direct procurement
  1. Request for proposals
  2. Procedure for low-value procurements
  3. Specially permitted procurement procedure
  • Framework contracting

Practice

  1. Discussion of the various procurement methods

 

PL1.2.06: PROCUREMENT PLAN

Competence

The trainee should be able to prepare annual and multi-year procurement plans

Content

Theory

  1. Definition of key terms in procurement planning
  2. Procurement planning
  3. Aggregation and consolidation
  • Lotting
  1. Grouping
  2. Packaging
  3. Role of planning in the procurement cycle
  • Procurement plan and its contents

Practice

  1. Development of departmental procurement plans
  2. Development of consolidated procurement plans

 

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PL1.2.07: BIDDING DOCUMENTS

 Competence

The trainee should have the ability to prepare bid documents.

Theory

Content

  1. Development of bid documents
  2. Stakeholders involved in preparing bid documents
  3. Specifications in bid documents.

Practice

  1. Preparation of bid documents

 

PL1.2.08: BID EVALUATION

 Competence

The trainee should have the ability to evaluate bids.

Content

Theory

  1. The evaluation team
  2. Evaluation criteria
  3. Bid evaluation
  4. Preliminary evaluation
  5. Technical evaluation
  6. Financial evaluation

Practice

  1. Preparation of bid evaluation criteria goods services and works.

 

PL1.2.09: MANAGEMENT OF PROCUREMENT CONTRACTS 

Competence

The trainee should have the ability to manage procurement contracts

Theory

  1. Definition of terms in contracting
  2. Contract management for goods, service and works
  3. Contract for the goods, services and works
  4. Contract review reports for goods, services and works
  5. Coordination of payments for goods, services and works

Practice

  1. Procurement file for goods, services and works
  2. Maintenance of contract register for goods, services and works

 

 PL1.2.10: INSPECTION, RECEIVING AND ACCEPTANCE OF GOODS, SERVICES &WORKS

 Competence

The trainee should have the ability to inspect, receive and accept or reject goods, services and works as per the prevailing legal and regulatory environment.

 Content

Theory

  1. Inspection, receiving and acceptance teams
  2. Process of inspection, receiving and acceptance/rejection of goods, services and works

Practice

  1. Process of inspection, receiving and accepting/rejecting goods, services and works
  2. Maintenance of contract register for goods, services and works

 CPSP-K NOTES IN KENYA

 PL1.2.11: STORAGE AND ISSUANCE OF INVENTORY

 Competence

The trainee should have the ability to handle day to day storekeeping activities

Content

Theory

  1. Storage and issuance of inventory
  2. The storage process of inventory
  3. Process of issuing inventory

Practice

  1. Discussion of inventory storage and issuance of goods

  

PL1.2.12: EMERGING ISSUES IN PROCUREMENT OF GOODS, SERVICES & WORKS

 Competence

The trainee should have the ability to handle day to day storekeeping activities

Content

Theory

  1. Storage and issuance of inventory
  2. The storage process of inventory
  3. Process of issuing inventory

Practice

  1. Discussion of inventory storage and issuance of goods

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