MoD seeks the best value for money in its supply chain

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) Logistic Commodities and Services (LCS) Operating Centre provides procurement and inventory management of a wide range of commodity items, as well as storage and distribution services. Operating from five key sites with over 2000 staff, it procures around £250 million of commodity products per year, and stores around £8 billion of stock and equipment.

This case study describes how Catalyze helped LCST to gather robust evidence to inform bid evaluation, understand the non-financial benefits of each bid option and identify the key trade-offs between bids.

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