Work With Us
Collaboration among international donors, nongovernmental organizations, host-country governments, manufacturers and other stakeholders is critical to ensuring that quality medicines reach the people with HIV/AIDS who need them.
Working With Vendors
Establishing long-term relationships with vendors is an important component of our supply chain strategy. By leveraging purchasing power across many clients and countries, negotiating long-term contracts with our key suppliers whenever possible, and sourcing pharmaceutical and other health commodities globally, we achieve the lowest possible cost for the products we buy.
PFSCM utilizes full and open competitive procedures to facilitate timely delivery of quality products and services at a reasonable cost. PFSCM selects its suppliers based on “best value” according to the following criteria, which may include, but are not limited to:
- Lead time
- Quality of products
- Price of commodities
- Customer service by the vendor
- Vendor performance and supplier (financial and operational) long-term viability
PFSCM uses competitive bidding for procurement of commodities (except in extraordinary cases that prohibit the use of this method). These procedures are intended to minimize the complexity of the solicitation, the evaluation, and the source selection decision, leading to a “best value” selection. PFSCM follows the WHO Model for Quality Assurance (MQAS) for procurement agencies. Read more about our Quality Assurance program.
Vendors interested in becoming a supplier to PFSCM under one of its agreements should monitor PFSCM’s Request for Proposals page for contract opportunities. If you are interested in supplying PFSCM with products, please access PFSCM’s catalog to learn about the products we procure based on needs expressed by our clients.
PFSCM is improving its RFQ process by using the web-based ARIBA System which incorporates an electronic quote submission process using standardized templates. Suppliers are invited to participate in “RFQ” events and these quotes are evaluated immediately after being received. The ARIBA System reduces our response time and streamlines the procurement process with our suppliers. Suppliers are encouraged to use this web-based system.
Vendors that have worked with PFSCM in the past, can self-register. If you have not worked with PFSCM, please contact PFSCM Helpdesk to acquire a user ID, set up your log in, and use the system.
Vendors interested in becoming a supplier to PFSCM under one of its agreements should monitor PFSCM’s Request for Proposals for contract opportunities and forward relevant information to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact us to provide details of your products and discuss opportunities to work together.
Request for Proposals
Request for Quotation: Vehicles for South Sudan
The Partnership for Supply Chain Management (PFSCM) has issued a Request for Quotation (RFQ) for the procurement of vehicles for South Sudan.
Submissions must be received by Friday, March 3, 2017, 17:00 (GMT+1), and sent to email@example.com.
Please contact Martin Mugisha via email if you have any questions about this solicitation.
Please note: For RFP submission deadlines, all times shown are in EST.
PFSCM is made up of staff members from team member organizations providing all the technical skills needed to ensure reliable availability of essential products to international development programs. PFSCM itself has no staff; staff of JSI, MSH, i+solutions, Imperial, and other team members implement PFSCM’s projects through formal subcontract arrangements.
Positions currently available are posted below, along with the corresponding location, project and hiring organization.
To learn more about a particular position, select the title, which links to the job description listed on the hiring organization’s website.