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Project Procurement & Contract: Course Outline MPM-703

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Course Outline

Introduction to Management

Introduction to Project Procurement Management

Plan Procurement

Procurement Documents and Source Selection Criteria

Conduct Procurements - Seller Responses

Conduct Procurements - Select Sellers

Control Procurements - Contract Content

Control Procurements - Tools and Techniques

Social Responsibility in Procurement and Projects

Project Procurement Closeout

Contract Management

Contract Management

E- Procurement

Class Presentations

Class Presentations


Final Exam

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Learning Outcomes

At the completion of this Course the Students will

  1. Have an understanding of the Principles of Project Procurement Management & Contracts handling
  2. Understand the Project Life Cycle
  3. Be exposed to Project Procurement Best Practices
  4.  Gain a Project Management “toolbox” which can be used to successfully manage Projects. In particular; Students will have
  •   The competencies needed to ensure a successful planning of project procurement
  •   Methodologies and techniques needed to successfully execute project contracts.


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