This program is designed to take the participant from the time the requirement is defined and a procurement contract is desired thru over 40 major steps of the tendering/RFQ process that conclude with contract placement.
The critical issues of developing the RFQ/Tender team, basic elements of a good RFQ/Tendering process, risk mitigation thru contract types, work breakdown structure, specifications and types of statement of work all receive emphasis in this valuable program that is certain to add to the organization’s bottom line.
Objectives of the Presentation
The organization will benefit by:
- Reduced cost of contracts for materials & services
- Reduced risks in contracting
- Improved supplier performance
- Higher productivity of contracting personnel
- Greater strategic focus of those involved in contracting
Attendees will gain by participation in this program as a result of:
Why Should you Attend
- Increased skill sets in the RFQ/tendering process
- A greater sense of professionalism
- Knowledge of World-Class RFQ/tendering practices
- Increased recognition by the organization due to improved performance
In all organizations lower total cost of ownership is a primary objective to improve the bottom line. Since a significant portion of revenue is spent on outside goods and services, knowing best practices in the areas of major phases and steps in the RFQ/Tendering, collaboration of the RFQ/Tender team, basic elements of a good RFQ/Tendering process, risk mitigation thru contract types, developing the work breakdown structure, specifications, and types of statement of work are critical to obtaining best value from contractors and suppliers.
The program is a great way to develop those new to the activity, or to prepare for a major project, or useful as a refresher for veterans.
Who will Benefit
- The RFQ/Tender Process Steps
- Developing the RFQ/Tender team
- 15 Elements of a good RFQ/Tendering process
- Work breakdown structure
- 3 Types of statement of work
- Risk mitigation thru basic contract types
- Engineering/Project Managers
- Construction Managers
- RFQ/Tender Managers
- Contract Managers
- Procurement/Supply Management/Purchasing Managers and Professionals
- All personnel in organizations whose leadership wants advanced skills sets in those involved in major procurement and contracting activities