Why do we need criteria?
Origin of procurement criteria
How do we decide the priority
1.Why do we need criteria?
A lot of clients, needs
To meet the needs of the purchaser
2.Origin of procurement
Developing a strategy for the project
on the basis of the client’s needs
‘Thinking about Building’
8 procurement factors
The importance of appropriate
6. Degree of
8. Risk in the
4.How do we decide the
Using the survey
Using the χ² test
Using the Friedman one-way Anova
The higher value, the higher priority
A lot of values and client
Priority is different from every clients
Decide to depending on the needs of
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