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Business Case Development

A business case is developed to justify the need for a particular project or task. This can be done via a structured written document, verbally or presented ideally capturing both quantifiable and unquantifiable characteristics. This business case is required to justify the budget and business resource that is required to support the project.

Developing the business case for sourcing requirements from external suppliers

CPD 2This module examines how to develop a business case, considers types of costs including pricing strategies used by suppliers and explores the financial budgetary control of procurement activities.

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