British Dictionary definitions for non-procurement
- the act of buying
- (as modifier)procurement cost; procurement budget
Word Origin and History for non-procurement
c.1300, "use of improper influence," from Old French procurement "management, stewardship" (13c.), from procurer (see procure). Meaning "process of bringing something about" (by the action of another) is from c.1400. Military use by 1949, American English.