Processes in the area of supply logistics require managers to make effective and efficient decisions. This applies to a large extent to the public finance sector but practice shows that it covers the interface area of both sectors. Clear criteria for the evaluation of offers in purchasing logistics ensure freedom of decision making. The simultaneous use of information on resources (suppliers) contained in databases allows for the assessment of quality, security or costs. The article is an attempt to exemplify the problem of decision making in the area of supply logistics based on quantified non-price criteria.
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