The Logistics Coordination Forum (LCF) is a platform to prepare, review, revise, and update the needs of contraceptives and the medical surgical requisite (MSR), consumption trends, stock status, pipeline positions, procurement status, SCM issues, etc., and to suggest capacity building and system improvements in the areas of procurement, storage, and supply management for DGFP.
Improving Supply Chain Management in the DGFP in Bangladesh through the Logistics Coordination Forum
Workshop on Framework Agreement and Two-Year Procurement Cycle at Proshika HRDC, Koitta, Manikgonj, March 6–8, 2012
The plan is to strengthen and assist the office of the Joint Secretary (Development and Medical Education), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, to enable it to discharge its responsibility in matters of procurement and logistics by establishing the Procurement and Logistics Management Cell. This cell would be responsible for coordinating and supervising decentralization, training, and capacity building efforts, including those required within the key procuring entities (PEs) under the Health, Population, and Nutrition Sector Development Program (HPNSDP). The main goal of the workshop was to improve the procurement practices of MOHFW by introducing FWAs and two-year international competitive bids (ICBs).
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