Project Procurement Management
Grasp the importance of the procurement phase of a project. You’ll design a procurement plan that reflects the acquisition and tendering processes involved in project management. Assemble a working knowledge of contract management and the relevant laws.
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- 31 Aug 2020
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- design a Procurement Management Plan for an authentic project
- evaluate prequalification/tender criteria and source selection in a project environment for an authentic organisation
- review a procurement case study and reflect upon and analyse its efficacy.
- Introduction to Procurement & Project Procurement
- Procurement Objectives & Arrangements
- Procurement Planning
- Scope of Work & Performance Management
- Price Models & Procurement Risk
- Supplier Selection & Evaluation
- Introduction to Contract Management
- Contract Management Plan
- Introduction to Contract Law
- Legal Terms in Contracts
- Ethics in Procurement
- Unit Review / Class Exercise
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No special requirements
Projects require the procurement of a wide variety of resources in order to carry out the various project activities. The process by which people, goods and services are obtained is referred to as procurement. This subject explores project procurement; acquisition processes; procurement planning; source selection; procurement documents; tendering and awards and contract administration.The subject also considers the body of law that affects procurement.
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- Report (40%)
- Essay (40%)
- Reflection (20%)
Textbooks are not required.