Monday, November 7, 2016 Technical University Delft, faculty Industrial Design engineering Dr. Dean Kashiwagi stumbles and falls over a meter from the last row seat [due to unsafe and inadequate clearance to aisle] down the stairs landing on his back
Each government prizes their procurement in equality, non-bias treatment, transparency, and competition. In Europe, their public procurement directives, as interpreted in the case-law, express three guiding principles: transparency, equal treatment, and proportionality. Abiding by these directives is extremely important for
Dean Kashiwagi created the Best Value Approach to procurement more than 20 years ago. It is a method which emphasizes quality and efficiency for customers. The Netherlands is one of the early adapters of the model. That is why ISS
With Large firms dominating the market place for certain products and services, collusion has become an increasingly dangerous problem. In the early 2000s collusion was identified in the Dutch Construction industry. As a response to these allegations the government moved
Continue expanding your knowledge and expertise in Best Value after you received your B+ certificate? In januari 2017 we start with the second group Training Preparation A certificate. Result of this training of 7 evenings is professionalisation of your Best
Get certified in Best Value after the summer break! Expand your knowledge and expertise in Best Value after the summer break? Get in action and sign in for the Training B+ certificate for Wednesday September 14th or Thursday October 13th.
In 2010 Best Value Procurement (BVP)was used as the procurement method for the $1B Rijkswaterstaat “fast track” projects. The results were that procurement costs were reduced by 50% construction time reduced by 25% and 90% of all cost and time