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Old 30th December 2017, 10:48 PM
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Re: Which Business Function should Approve Suppliers and maintain the ASL

Hi,

As mentioned in some of the comments, it all depends on how your organization is structured. If your organization has sufficient departments, i.e Quality, Supplier Quality, Purchasing, Supplier Account Management, Operation, Procurement Engineering then some of the world-class organization use following workflow:

Request to Add New Supplier in ASL:

- Anyone from the organization

Initial Approval :

- Supplier Account Manager /Commodity Manager and/or Purchasing Manager (Also responsible to make sure purchasing, sustainability, or other agreements are in place)

Supplier Assesment, Qualification and Final Approval:

- Supplier Quality / Quality (Also responsible to make sure quality agreement is in place)

Adding to / Maintaining the ASL:

- Supplier Quality / Quality (Ultimately responsible to make sure all supplier in ASL are compliant to all internal and external requirements. Performs periodic audit and supplier development activity.

You can follow the same logic to remove a supplier from the ASL

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Ziaur

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