1. A sound approach to procurement – it should be based on fairness, openness and transparency, non-discrimination and competition
2. An ethical approach – ensure integrity, encourage diversity, avoid corruption
3. A holistic approach – you consider effect of procurement decisions on quality on life, environment and society.
4. A risk/opportunity based approach – using risk and opportunity assessment to identify prioritise issues at all stages of product life cycle.
5. Leadership approach – requiring buyers to adopt leadership qualities to help build capacity and competence with the supply chain.
6. A value adding approach – delivering against a wide range of organisations objectives which are beyond financial and efficiency savings from a company to innovation storage

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