Due to the variety of ways of working within the British Red Cross, the responsibility of procuring, maintaining, reporting, and disposing of assets may lie with different parties.

The standard types of relationships are listed below, indicating respective responsibilities.

Note: HNS refers to Host National Society, PNS to Partner National Society and NS to National Society.


 ProcurementMaintenanceReportingDisposal
Bilateral GAD
(Grant Agreement
Document)
HNS purchases with
BRC funds sent
via a GAD
HNS plans and
tracks
HNS submits to
the BRC
HNS submits disposal
plan and sign-off
request to BRC
Indirect GAD*
PNS purchases per
GAD terms (specifies
procurement policy).
PNS owns asset
HNS plans and
tracks
HNS submits to
PNS
PNS submits disposal
plan and sign-off
request to BRC (unless
GAD specifies otherwise)
BRC procurement
support to (P)NS

No GAD needed
BRC procures with
BRC funds and
donates to NS
NS per internal
requirements
NS per internal
requirements
(report to BRC
only required,
if specified)
NS per internal
requirements (disposal
plan/sign-off form to BRC
only required, if specified)
BRC asset
for BRC use
BRC UK teamBRC UK teamPer BRC
requirements
Can be donated
individually if standalone
items, or via disposal
plan and sign-off request
if at end of programme

*When British Red Cross partners with a PNS who implements with a HNS

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Note: partnerships with IFRC and/or ICRC normally follow IFRC/ICRC asset disposal procedures.


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