The Kansas City National Security Campus manages the Supply Chain Management Center, a service organization that works closely with U.S. Department of Energy prime contractors to leverage nearly $6 billion of annual spend.
By collaborating on multi-site and enterprise-wide purchasing agreements, shared acquisition tools, and the adoption of best practices, the contractors yield lower prices, optimize business systems, and provide cost savings and added value to their customer, the DOE.
Since it was established in 2006, the SCMC has enabled the sites to save more than $1 billion, money that goes back into the sites to achieve their national security, safety, and environmental management missions.
The SCMC’s success often is attributed to its close working relationships with the contractor locations, as well measuring performance and focusing on achieving a clear mission and vision:
To enhance National Security Enterprise and Environmental Management Contractor acquisition processes creating an effective, efficient, and strategically driven enterprise-wide Sourcing and Procurement function.
The long-term objective of the SCMC is to collaborate with the Contractor community to implement, maintain, and continuously improve an enterprise system to achieve integration, leveraged spend, and overall reduced acquisition cost.
Focus areas include:
For more information about the SCMC’s strategic sourcing process and how to be considered for multi-site DOE opportunities, visit the SCMC.