LinkWater (now Seqwater), the Queensland Government Statutory Authority responsible for water infrastructure throughout Southeast Queensland, engaged Charles Kendall to assist with tendering, contract execution, and the development and implementation of a strategic Procure to Pay (P2P) process.
Charles Kendall delivered a number of critical procurement activities, achieving over $1.6 million in savings for a number of LinkWater's business units over the 2012-13 financial year.
- Provide support in executing several urgent tenders and contracts;
- Develop and implement a strategic P2P process;
- Work in conjunction with the LinkWater procurement team to deliver goods and services contracts and panel arrangements;
- Adhere to and ensure performance within Queensland Government State Procurement Policies and critical timeframes.
- Assist with contract delivery for capital works, operational services, IT infrastructure, panel arrangements and engineering;
- Review, identify and implement potential improvements in existing P2P processes to increase efficiency and policy compliance;
- Engage stakeholders to establish key areas for improvement, particularly in risk mitigation;
- Continually review and manage change in procurement improvement activities.
- Successfully delivered over $1.6 million in savings in 2012-13 budget across LinkWater’s Capital Projects, Operational Services and Corporate business units;
- Implemented a best-practice P2P process, driving ongoing long-term value and efficiency in procurement functions across multiple business areas;
- Supported internal procurement staff through execution of implemented changes and improvements.