last updated: 31st July 2011

IBIS calculates the value of your institution's non-pay spend as a proportion of its total expenditure. This figure shows the importance procurement within the institution. It is usually somewhere between 30-40% however in a period of major capital expenditure the percentage may be higher. Within the non-pay spend, there will be an element that will not fall under the influence of procurement and this is identified and displayed once the expenditure analysis is completed. However, even when the figure is adjusted for, for example, payments to the Inland Revenue etc the total value of the expenditure on goods and service is significant.

Later in the model, the professional procurement influence and arrangement type analysis is presented, in percentage terms, against both the total and the non-pay spend values. This presentation of the non-pay expenditure in percentage terms enables year-on-year comparisons to be made within the institution. It also enables cross-institutional comparisons to be made.


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