August 7, 2015 at 10:21 am #246726
Complimentary Seminar for Government Employees – 2 PDUs – Arlington, VA
Contracts and projects are really two sides of the same coin. Reaching agreement on a contract to conduct ongoing operations of a facility is itself a project. A construction project or a project developing a computer system requires the use of contracts with vendors, aka suppliers. When it comes to government/vendor relationships, these projects require a lot of talented people with competence in a number of disciplines to make things work effectively, to ensure that the projects run smoothly, and the terms and conditions of the contracts are met accordingly.
There are numerous views of project and contract management competence. In this interactive seminar, we’ll explore crucial competencies, as well as some of the common competencies that cut across various perspectives of successful government/vendor interactions, and are necessary for effective contract management and successful project execution. We’ll also discuss how to develop these competencies.
Learn practical methods to facilitate much more productive interactions between you and your colleagues and your contractors to significantly increase the chances of achieving your projects’ and contracts’ objectives within scope, within budget and on time, saving yourself from headaches along the way.
The attendees of this seminar will learn:
• Framing the challenge for contract/project success
• Government/vendor relations as a team effort
• “Slicing” the team for best results
• 12 major categories of competence
• Vendor management competence and objectives
• Overarching fundamental competencies – full life cycle
• Approaches for implementing and sharpening these competencies to improve your project and contract execution
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