Procurement procedures of the CYENS-CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE organization and centers of excellence in general
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1. The objectives set for writing this thesis were: a. The recording of the logistics support procedures of the center of excellence CYENSCENTRE OF EXCELLENCE and in general of the other centers of excellence which follow the legislation governing public contracts and more specifically the provisions of the law concerning the Coordination of Procedures on the Public Procurement and on Related Matters Law of 2016 (Law 73(I)/2016), as amended in each as well as the relevant regulatory administrative acts. b. Informing the Administration and the staff of the organization with the procedures to be followed in the event of a request for materials or the provision of services for the implementation of the various research programs or for the operational needs of the organization. c. Proper management of material and services acquired through logistics support processes. d. Implementation of procurement within the framework of the respective approved budget. 2. Methodology. a. Recording in collaboration with the management and staff of the organization the various needs of the organization in materials and services. b. Record of problems in Procurement support in materials and services. c. Discussion with the involved staff and recording suggestions for improving Procurement support processes. d. Exchange of views with procurement departments of respective centers of excellence. e. Recording the provisions of the legislation on public contracts. f. Study of the Master's Bibliography. g. Study of corresponding general Bibliography. h. Utilization of the author's many years of experience in the field of logistics support. 3. Results. a. The recording of the procedures and methodology that must be followed, in case of a requirement for the supply of equipment or the provision of services, according to the estimated cost, the type and the priority within the framework of the applicable legislation. b. Proper inventory management. c. The saving of resources and means. d. Informing the organization's personnel to apply the correct procedure whenever the supply of equipment or the provision of services is required.