The aim of the key performance indicators (KPI) harmonisation exercise was to agree on a reduced number of core strategic supply chain indicators that will be adopted and integrated by agencies in their planning and reporting cycles. Reporting on a harmonised set of KPIs will result in better alignment of country and agency investments and strengthen data collection at the source, directly resulting in strengthening the data quality of logistics information systems. These efforts are likely to reduce the burden of reporting and allow countries to achieve greater end-to-end visibility of commodities across the supply chain. By collecting and comparing the same data, countries and agencies will be able to better coordinate, plan and use data for effective and evidence-based decision-making for procurement and supply chain management. Member organisations have begun to adopt the recommended indicators.