Gartner Research

Tactics for Responding to Procurement Policy Violations

Published: 02 September 2016

ID: G00386069

Analyst(s): Procurement Research Team

Summary

What tactics do companies use to deal with Procurement policy violations? The three ways organizations typically deal with policy violations/non-compliant behavior are creating a standard escalation path based on number and severity of violations, establishing disciplinary actions that have real consequences that offenders would care about such as revoking privileges, inter department fines or termination and regularly reporting the list of offenders to management.

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Typical Escalation Path for Procurement Violations

Common Disciplinary Actions

Internal Reporting to Leadership

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