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The primary mission of the Purchases Department is to supply IFP Energies nouvelles research projects and entities with the resources, equipment and services they need, at the best quality, cost and lead time.
IFP Energies nouvelles is a state-owned industrial and commercial establishment (EPIC in French). IFP Energies nouvelles conducts its purchases in accordance with the public notice and tendering procedures laid down by Ruling No. 2005-649 of 6 June 2005 and Decree No. 2005-1742 of 30 December 2005, which transpose into French law the EU Directives 2004/17 and 2004/18 of 31 March 2004.
IFP Energies nouvelles posts notices of its purchasing requirements with official bodies (OJUE – Official Journal of the European Union) and in certain trade press publications.
IFP Energies nouvelles applies a perfectly transparent selection process to choose the suppliers that seem best suited to achieving its stated objectives. Efficient purchasing and sound use of public money are guaranteed by a prior definition of needs, confined to what is strictly necessary, a call for tenders, compliance with official notice requirements, the confidentiality of the tender process, and the choice of the most cost-effective tender.
IFP Energies nouvelles requires its suppliers to systematically optimize the cost of their supply and their performance. Suppliers are involved in joint analysis and planning of the product or service beforehand, so have a greater hand in quality aspects and are encouraged to be creative. Suppliers should give IFP Energies nouvelles the benefit of their expertise and suggest alternative solutions aimed at lowering the overall cost, without compromising the quality of their supply/service.
IFP Energies nouvelles purchases are governed by the principles of sustainable development and the organization has high expectations of its partners' human resources policies.