Save the Children International – Supply Chain Management Systems Request for Information (RfI)

Save the Children International – Supply Chain Management Systems Request for Information (RfI)


For over 90 years, Save the Children has been making a difference in children's lives in more than 120 countries. We are the world's largest independent child rights organisation, underpinned by a vision in a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation. Our mission to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.


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This is a Request for Information as SCI would like to seek input on technology platforms that will enable our organisation to better carry out various functions of the supply chain.  Currently this is an ad-hoc activity with no real process or governance.  We foresee the tool(s)/system being a key enabler in helping SCI in the areas of risk/fraud avoidance as well as value creation and cost reduction by optimising the supply chain.


In addition to general input on opportunities to advance its mission, SCI seeks specific input on key categories and areas of interest, which are outlined within the RFI documents. The outlined topics and questions are intended to guide, but not restrict, the scope of RFI responses. Specific examples pertaining to the work done in the sector would be useful.


This market exercise forms parts of SCI’s overall supply chain management systems business case, strategy and will support future market engagement.



13:00 on the 21st  of November 2016       Confirmation of interest to participate

13:00 on the 23rd of November 2016       All clarification questions to be submitted

13:00 on the 29th of November 2016       RfI submission deadline


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