doValue, in carrying out its activities, uses suppliers who mainly provide professional, consulting and support services in the ICT area, as well as facilities for the Group’s offices.
In order to ensure sustainability and traceability of supplies, the Group manages its own supply chain responsibly: for this reason has established its own register of suppliers with the aim to verify the possession, by the same, of specific requirements.
doValue through a selection and qualification process of its own sources of supply has established a register of suppliers and a subsequent vendor list to which are admitted just subjects in possession of specific requirements, defined by Company policies in the area of safety and by regulations/certifications of the Country. In addiction, evaluations are carried out on Environmental, Social and Reputational issues.
In particular, through the use of the suppliers register, doValue is now able to qualify and monitor its “vendor list” not only on the basis of technical-commercial parameters, but also including environmental and social, as well as safety indicators in the assessment.
Potential suppliers are asked to fill in a questionnaire/ clause for the collection and acceptance of a series of information of an administrative, ethical, social, environmental and occupational safety nature:
- acceptance of doValue’s personal data processing document;
- acceptance of the doValue Organisation and management model 231/2001;
- acceptance of the doValue Code of Ethics;
- adherence to the anti-mafia law 136/2010; • acceptance of the doValue Anti-corruption Policy;
- self-declaration of absence of pending offences and sanctions related to Italian Legislative Decree 231/2001;
- declaration of having a corporate responsibility system Supply chain 5.5 105 with standards similar to those established by standard SA 8000, and possibly having certification;
- declaration, for suppliers belonging to relevant product categories, of having an environmental management system with standards comparable to those established by ISO 14001, and possibly having certification;
- social insurance contribution regularity (DURC);
- occupational safety (RAD);
- compliance and application of collective agreements (National Collective Labour Agreement - CCNL).
The suplliers assessment is carried out continuously by doValue, in order to monitor the level of service provided.
All this information and requirements represent the minimum and necessary set that the supplier must provide in order to access the qualification process. The output of this phase generates a score, which, if lower than the minimum threshold, activates a series of evaluations within the function that will decide whether to continue the supplier in the process. This approach has the dual value of immediately identifying and hiring suppliers with reduced environmental impact and raising awareness in the rest of the market.
This approach has the dual value of immediately identifying and hiring suppliers with reduced environmental impact and raising awareness in the rest of the market.
Constant assessment Is planned of all results and performance of the supply relationship, through the collection of KPIs provided by all the units involved (contract holder, Administration, Compliance, Risk Management, key user, etc.), that are reported in logical tree structures, which are assigned appropriate weights and defined valuation metrics.
The result of this phase determines a score obtained based on the monitoring of required and contracted service levels. This indicator represents for doValue an important assessment tool that give the of intercepting, in time, contract gaps and carry out any actions