Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of BaselineSupplyCatalog


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    88== Data Model ==
    9    1.   Item name
     9   1.   Item name        
    1010   2.   Partnered item
    1111   3.   Warehouse located
     
    686821 april 2010
    6969== Data Model ==
    70    1.   Name
    71    2.   Item No
    72    3.   Item Application Sample
    73    4.   General Description
    74    5.   Expected Life Span
    75    6.   Shipping/Container Information
    76    7.   Packing:
    77    8.   Graphic Designs
    78    9.   Technical  specifications
     70   1.   Name                                                         10                                                       
     71   2.   Item No                                                      16
     72   3.   General Description                                          1442
     73   4.   Expected Life Span                                           646
     74   5.   Shipping/Container Information                               83
     75   6.   Packing:                                                     931
     76   7.   Graphic Designs
     77   8.   Technical  specifications
    7978    a.   Technical and physical characteristics of the product
    8079    b.   Design details
     
    8281    d.   Material properties
    8382    e.   ISO standards
    84    10.  Printing of UNHCR’s Logo
     83   9.  Printing of UNHCR’s Logo
    8584
    8685
     
    9493   Total number of itmes 13
    9594
     95== Short Description ==
     96The catalogue includes the specifications and quality requirements for 13 standard life-sustaining items such as
     97plastic tarpaulins, family tents, fleece blankets, sleeping mats, kitchen sets, jerry cans and buckets.
     98For each of the Core NFI products, the catalogue defines the functional specifications, which are the basic characteristics of the products. The catalogue includes information about the performance requirements of the products, performance specifications,
     99and sets out the technical and physical characteristics of the products.
     100The items included in the Core Non-Food Items Catalogue (CNFIC) are considered standard and the specifications are genericwith the aim to provide a specific function.
     101The catalogue does not include indicative prices for the items or references to any manufacturers that currently
     102hold frame agreements for the supply of the mentioned products with UNHCR
     103
    96104 
     105= Emergency Items Catalog =
     106
     107== Source ==
     108http://procurement.ifrc.org/catalogue
     109
     110== Date of Publishing ==
     1112009
     112
     113== Data Model ==
     114   1.   Code           
     115   2.   Description
     116   3.   Ind. Price
     117   4.   Ship. Weight
     118   5.   Ship. vol.
     119   6.   General information
     120   7.   specifications
     121
     122
     123== Short Description ==
     124The need for improved standardization and harmonization of emergency relief and medical items  provided by donors and major operational players has been expressed over the years. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and the International Committee of the Red Cross supported by National Societies have coordinated their joint efforts towards this objective.
     125 The catalogue lists over 2,000 standard commodities with product specification details for each item.
     126The catalogue is intended to facilitate the selection and acquisition of the suitable items notably during emergency operations. Standardisation is intended to facilitate field operations and logistics support, improve quality insurance, communication and reporting, and also to avoid inappropriate donations. The catalogue provides generic technical specifications for essential items.
     127The catalogue provides guidance and assistance to:
     1281.Operation requesters, operational users and decision makers and also donors and national authorities concerned with planning, budgeting and execution of assistance programmes in emergency situations.
     1292.Purchasers and suppliers involved with the supply of emergency items.
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