You will go through the process inputs relevant to managing procurements, conducting procurements, controlling procurement activities and closing procurement work within a project. It also covers techniques for selecting sellers that will participate in project activities. You will see how a project manager can develop a pool of prospective sellers and illustrate activities based upon procurement scenarios. You will spend time learning about procurement tools and techniques as: bitter conferences, proposal evaluations, independent estimates, advertising and negotiation. This training also covers details pertaining to procurement documentation and artifacts such as contracts between buyers and sellers that will be used to acquire both resources and raw materials to develop components of a project.
PDU Credits: 1.5 Hours
LearnSmart is Project Management Institute (PMI) Global Registered Education Provider (REP 3577). This course qualifies for the above credit hours toward the PMP or CASP training contact hours or toward maintaining your current certification.Updated on 08 November, 2015