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LA GRAD ACT 2.0 PROCUREMENT. Faculty Senate October 3, 2011. La Grad Acts. Act 741 (2010) - effective: June 29, 2010 G rants increased autonomy and flexibility in exchange for a commitment to meet clearly defined statewide performance goals. Act 418 (2011) - effective: July 12, 2011

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la grad act 2 0 procurement

LA GRAD ACT 2.0PROCUREMENT

Faculty Senate

October 3, 2011

la grad acts
La Grad Acts
  • Act 741 (2010) - effective: June 29, 2010
    • Grants increased autonomy and flexibility in exchange for a commitment to meet clearly defined statewide performance goals.
  • Act 418 (2011) - effective: July 12, 2011
    • Key focus on “Operational Autonomies”
      • Procurement granted 3 levels (Base, Intermediate, and High)
      • High level autonomies include:
        • Authority to participate in a pilot procurement code in lieu of the state procurement code
grad act 2 0 procurement
Grad Act 2.0 - Procurement
  • 5 Institutions qualified at high level
    • LSU
    • ULL
    • La Tech
    • Southern at Shreveport
    • McNeese
  • LSU applied to initiate the pilot procurement code.
pilot procurement code
Pilot Procurement Code
  • Proposed Schedule
    • System Approval – December 1, 2011
    • DOA Approval – January 1, 2012
    • Promulgation of Rules – March 31, 2012
    • Approval of JLCB – May 31, 2012
    • Execution of new Pilot Procurement Code – July 1, 2012
    • Go Live for eProcurement – July 1, 2012
    • Pilot Procurement Code -

July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2015

fy 2011 spend analysis
FY 2011 – Spend Analysis

Spend

  • Total Spend ≈ $320m
  • Purchase Orders ≈ $275m
  • PCard Spend ≈ $45m

Transactions

  • Total Transactions ≈ 160,000
  • Purchase Orders ≈ 12,000
  • PCardTransactions ≈ 148,000
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Pilot Procurement Code
  • Freedom of bureaucratic processes that slow procurement down
  • Procurement acclimated to a Research and Academic Institution
  • More Selection at First Dollar of Spend
  • More Reasonable Competitive Limits
  • Convenience of One Stop Shopping
  • Multi-year Terms
pilot procurement code2
Pilot Procurement Code
  • Combines laws governing procurement of materials, professional services, and data processing
    • No more separate processes for different types of contracts – Less Confusion
    • Templates that can be electronically submitted and digitally signed – Simple
    • More Selection through more Strategic Sourcing – Lower Costs
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Pilot Procurement Code
  • NEW Competitive Methods
    • Reverse Auctions
    • Best and Final Offers
    • Solicitation for Offers
    • Cooperative Purchasing Agreements
    • Electronic Purchasing (eProcurement)
eprocurement
eProcurement
  • Easier methods to procure by using web-based system
  • Real-time Competition
  • Better Vendor Sources
  • Can continue to use P-Card
  • Spend Analysis
  • Electronic bidding and signatures
together pilot procurement code and eprocurement benefits
Together Pilot Procurement Code and eProcurement Benefits
  • Reduces Operating Costs
    • Hosted Technology
  • Saves Users Time
    • Utilizing Automated Workflow
  • Get More for Less
    • Better Supplier Contracts
  • More Selection by Connecting Users to Suppliers
    • Accessible Contract Catalogs
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Marie C Frank, MPA, CPPB

Executive Director of Procurement and Property Management

(225) 578-2307

[email protected]

LSU Purchasing

213 Thomas Boyd Hall

Baton Rouge, La. 70803

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