Procurement Contracts And Statement Of Work

Procurement Contracts And Statement Of Work

ASSIGNMENT

Develop a decision matrix, select a contract for your turnaround project, and provide a rationale and a statement of work (SOW) for the turnaround project.

This portfolio work, procurement contract analysis, selection and administration, is based on your selected business or IT project. You may base your assessment on the Revive LLC case study, for the development of a new online employee orientation module. Business and information technology (IT) employees as well as contractors will be utilized in this project.

Through the project procurement process, various types of contractual agreements between the seller and buyer should be reviewed and analyzed, with the most appropriate contract type being selected.

Contracts are legal agreements that bind both parties to specific deliverable, time, and costs obligations. There are three types of contracts: fixed-price contracts; cost-reimbursable contracts; and time and material contracts. Each type has advantages and disadvantages.

You will find out and decide the best type of contract after considering the circumstances, timing requirements, budget availability, and market conditions that suit your organization.

Contract administration is the process that ensures the supplier or vendor meets the contractual requirements.

It is simply a matter of monitoring the performance against the agreed upon plan (contract). It is essential that project managers involve the contracting (legal) and procurement (purchasing) experts in the administration of the contract.

As part of the contract evaluation and selection process, a detailed description of the work required, including (but not limited to) scope, time, and quality, is defined in a document called the statement of work (SOW). The types of SOW documents and their associated components will be evaluated in this assessment.

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