Maven Insights Solutions
*GTPL: Government Tenders & Procurement Law

WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR NEED

  • Developing the new GTPL and Etimad-Compliant Processes

    Developing the new Saudi GTPL and Etimad compliant processes for your procurement department (from the planning phase to the contracting phase)

    Developing the detailed process charters to accompany the new Saudi GTPL and Etimad processes, which will clearly guide the work-flow of the procurement department in compliance with the new Saudi GTPL and Etimad

    Developing the complete RACI charts for all the procurement processes as mandated in the Saudi GTPL and Etimad, which will specify all the roles and responsibilities

  • Providing the needed support in the transition phase

    Supporting you in the proper formation of all the committees that are mandated in the new Saudi GTPL and assigning the corresponding roles on the Etimad portal

    Revising your procurement organizational structure and functional JDs, and updating them according to the new GTPL and Etimad requirements

    Supporting the procurement team in performing their tasks on Etimad during the on-site presence (assigning users on Etimad, navigating Etimad with the team for different tasks, etc.)

  • Operational Tools for the New GTPL

    Providing you with a Saudi GTPL decision making tool that will enable you to identify the appropriate procurement method for your business need as instructed in the Saudi GTPL

    Providing you with a procurement tracking tool that is aligned with the new GTPL and Etimad processes in order to efficiently track your workflow

  • Training Procurement Personnel on the new GTPL and Etimad Portal

    Providing an on-site training for your procurement department to elaborate the new Saudi GTPL, including processes, SLAs, terms and conditions, requirements, etc.

    Providing an on-site training for your procurement team on performing your procurement operations with the Etimad portal

    Providing you with the training material that could be shared with the other departments to raise their awareness, as well as support the capacity building of existing and future procurement personnel