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Objectives and performance

Objectives and performance
What we said we would do...What we have done...
Extend the application of the procurement guidelines approved in February 2011 to all subsidiaries. The new procurement guidelines contain tender awarding criteria consistent with Article 49 of the Code of Ethics.The procurement guidelines approved have been applied to all subsidiaries. At the end of 2011, 9 Group companies adopted the Procurement protocol envisaged in the organisational model pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 231/2001 (there were 5 in 2010).
Further increase the value of the tenders awarded according to the most economically advantageous bid.The value of the tenders awarded according to the most economically advantageous bid passed from 45% to 53%. All the 12 public tenders carried out in 2011 were done so on the basis of this approach.
Further increase suppliersí use of the e-procurement platform, by continuing supplier involvement and training activities; provide access to the e-procurement platform for more than 90% of suppliers.Use of the platform was also extended to public tenders. 93% of the qualified suppliers had accessed to the e-procurement platform (89% in 2010). 70% of the transactions were carried out via the e-procurement.
Guarantee assistance to suppliers on the use of the e-procurement platform, maintaining the service standards reached in 2010.In 2011, 99% of the almost 10,000 requests for telephone assistance received by the helpdesk were sorted out within the timescales envisaged by company procedures maintaining the service standards achieved in 2010.
Continue on the path to involve social cooperation representatives, aimed at defining shared ways to promote employment projects.We continued to hold periodic meetings aimed at monitoring employment of disadvantaged personnel by type B supplier social cooperatives. The meetings also pertained to the ways to promote employment projects.
Constantly monitoring work accidents at major suppliers.Monitoring was started for 71% of suppliers (56% in 2010).
We shall...
  • Extend the adoption of the Procurement protocol envisaged by the Organisational model pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 231/2001 to another seven companies in 2012.
  • Further increase the value of the tenders awarded according to the most economically advantageous bid.
  • Launch and monitor the first year of experimentation of the Vendor management system so as to streamline the supplier qualification and handling processes, increasing transparency in the dealings and the efficacy of the periodic checks made.
  • Further improve monitoring of work accidents at major suppliers.
  • Launch operating activities in relation to suppliers associated with the SA 8000 certification procedure.
  • Further extend the purchases made by means of the e-procurement platform: achieve 75% of the total value purchased in 2012.