Supply Chain Management Center (SCMC)
The Supply Chain Management Center (SCMC) is a service organization that works closely with Department of Energy (DOE) contractors to leverage $5.4B of annual spend, to yield lower prices and optimize business systems, providing cost savings and value to our customer, the DOE. Our success is attributed to our close working relationships with the contractor locations, as well our focus on achieving the mission & vision, while measuring performance to established goals. See our highlights page.
To enhance National Security Enterprise and Environmental Management Contractor acquisition processes creating an effective, efficient, and strategically driven enterprise-wide Sourcing and Procurement function.
The long-term objective of the SCMC is to collaborate with the Contractor community to implement, maintain, and continuously improve an enterprise system to achieve integration, leveraged spend, and overall reduced acquisition cost.
- Strategic Tools - eSourcing/eProcurement, eStore/Marketplace
- Commodity Agreements
- Client Requirements - In-depth understanding of internal purchasing needs
- Strategic Planning - Insight and knowledge of commodity/supply markets
- Approach - Inclusive, collaborative method used to drive solutions
The SCMC Team
2021 ETEBA Business Opportunities & Technical Conference
Oct 05, 2021 to Oct 07, 2021
What the SCMC is:
- An Enterprise-wide sourcing system leveraging EM and National Nuclear Security Administration spend
- A structured, dedicated, funded approach to acquisition cost savings
- Commodity teams responsible for data collection, commodity strategy, reporting and delivering savings
- A commercial best practice which includes acquisition tools and data analytics
What the SCMC will not do:
- Contract for other Federal agencies/departments
- Shift procurement budgets or buying from individual sites
- Replace local purchasing organizations