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Project Procurement

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Laura Hoffman

on 1 April 2013

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Transcript of Project Procurement

Project Procurement Management Laura Hoffman
University of South Florida Project Procurement Management
Defined The processes required to acquire goods and services from outside the performing organization.

The processes interact with each other.
Each process may involve effort from one or more individuals or groups. Major Processes Procurement Planning
Solicitation Planning
Solicitation
Source Selection
Contract Administration
Contract Close-out Whether to procure
How to procure
What to procure
How much to procure
When to procure it Procurement Planning Procurement Planning Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs Scope statement
Product description
Procurement resources
Market conditions
Other planning outputs
Constraints
Assumptions Make-or-buy analysis
Expert Judgement
Contract type statement Procurement management plan
Statement of work Solicitation Planning Preparing the documents needed to support solicitation. Solicitation Planning Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs Procurement management plan
Statement of work
Other planning outputs Standard Forms
Expert Judgement Procurement documents
Evaluation criteria
Statement of work updates Solicitation Obtaining information (bids and proposals) from prospective sellers on how project needs can be met. Solicitation Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs Procurement Documents
Qualified seller lists Bidders conferences
Advertising Proposals The receipt of bids or proposals and the application of the evaluation criteria to select a provider. Source Selection Source Selection Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs Proposals
Evaluation criteria
Organizational policies Contract negotiation
Weighting system
Screening system
Independent estimates Contract Contract
Administration Ensuring the seller's performance meets contractual requirements Contract Administration Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs Contracts
Work results
Change requests
Seller invoices Contract change control system
Performance reporting
Payment system Correspondence
Contract changes
Payment requests Contract Close-Out Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs Contract documentation Procurement audits Contract file
Formal acceptance and closure Contract Close-out Product verification and administration close-out (update records to reflect final result). Procurement Planning
Solicitation Planning
Solicitation
Source Selection
Contract Administration
Contract Close-out Procurement Planning
Solicitation Planning
Solicitation
Source Selection
Contract Administration
Contract Close-out Procurement Planning
Solicitation Planning
Solicitation
Source Selection
Contract Administration
Contract Close-out Procurement Planning
Solicitation Planning
Solicitation
Source Selection
Contract Administration
Contract Close-out Procurement Planning
Solicitation Planning
Solicitation
Source Selection
Contract Administration
Contract Close-out Thank you! Any Questions? lahoffman@sar.usf.edu Identifying which project needs can be best met by procuring products or services outside the project organization. Procurement Planning
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