No-PO, no-pay policy

July 30, 2019

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Q.¬†Our organization is looking to increase our purchase order adoption rate and will be moving to a no-PO/no-Pay policy. I would like to hear from other organizations that have a similar policy? Do you have best practices, suggestions or lessons learned? Do you allow for exceptions and if so, what is that process? For examples, do you have suppliers that refuse to accept a PO? A. (from the IOFM Advisory Panel) ----- We make all efforts to purchase using a purchase order. However, we have found…

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