Procurement Engineering Task Group


Task Group Purpose: The EFCOG Procurement Engineering Task Group (PETG) is comprised of industry experts in engineering and procurement. This groups primary focus is to identify opportunities for improvement with regards to the procurement engineering processes, such as commercial grade dedication (CGD), and develop best practices and lessons learned based on those identified opportunities.

LEADERSHIP

  • Spencer Daw (Chair)
  • John Hendricks (Vice-Chair)
  • Richard Pratt (Secretary)

DOE POINTS OF CONTACT

  • Robert Murray
  • Jerold Lipski

ENGINEERED PROCUREMENT EFFECTIVENESS INITIATIVE

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Procurement Engineering is collaboratively teaming with the Engineering Practices Subgroup and Supply Chain Quality Assurance Subgroup to facilitate Engineered Procurement Effectiveness in the DOE Supply Chain.

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Engineered Procurement Resources

The following is and initial compilation of Best Practices (BP) and Lesson’s Learned (LL) to support the typical process flow for engineered procurements from design output document development through to item acceptance. The contents is designed to help sites effectively execute engineered procurements. Procurement Engineering, Engineering Practices, and Supply Chain QA will provide additional resources as developed/identified.

Engineering (EPSG) or QA Best Practices and Documents related to Procurement

General Engineered Procurement EFCOG Best Practices:

  • BP-207, Identification of Look-Alike Electrical Equipment
  • BP-202, Lines of Inquiry for Flow down of Requirements and Subcontractor Implementation  of 10-CFR-851
  • BP-166, Process for Safe, Efficient Laser Service Subcontractor Work
  • BP- 225 , Quality Assurance Considerations for Supply Chain Management in Large-Scale Capital Asset Acquisition Projects.

EPSG developed procurement best practices relative to supply chain welding activities:

  • BP-231, Welding Requirements Flow-Down
  • BP-216, Filler Material Control – Receipt, Storage and Issue
  • BP-215, Welding in Support of Research and Development
  • BP-201, Welding Program Ownership
  • BP-191, On-Site Review and Assessment of Subcontractor Welding Programs, Facilities, and Operations
  • BP-162, Improving the Quality of Subcontractor Welding

Supplier Qualification Strategies

The Master Supplier List provides efficiency in potential bidder identification and in pre-award vendor qualification efforts.

The Master Supplier List (MSL) (formerly known as Master Approved Supplier List (MASL) is a single database used by DOE contractors to share supplier qualification information.  Numerous EFCOG efforts have shared the benefits of this database including EFCOG Final Report, EM SINGLE APPROVED SUPPLIER LIST PROCESS TASK TEAM.  This report issued in 2017 recommended all DOE-EM sites start using this database.

There are two key uses of MSL to be more efficient in engineered procurements:

  • The list of qualified vendors can be searched to ensure suitably qualified vendors are included in solicitation processes
  • MSL supplier qualification information resources (e.g., pre-award audits by other sites) can be used to more efficiently qualify a vendor prior to use by other sites.

Instructions to sign up for MSL access are here.

Commercial Grade Dedication Best Practices

FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

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Procurement Engineering Task Group Library

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E SG QA PEQ 2020-1 R0 12:32 pm 07/01/2020112k

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E SG QA PEQ 2020-2 R0 12:32 pm 07/01/2020179.9k

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EFCOG Engineered Procurement Core Team 4:21 pm 06/23/202048.3k

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Engineered Procurement Charter 06-11-2020 12:34 pm 06/11/202069.2k

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Pec Contacts 01 4:24 pm 06/23/202035.1k