Advanced contract management
This course was developed by the International Training Centre of the ILO (ITC-ILO) in order to build the capacity of governments' procurement and contract administration teams in the selection of the appropriate type of contract based on sound assessment of contractual risks and subsequently in the supervision of the performance of suppliers/contractors and consultants' performance in accordance with the key contract delivery parameters, namely scope, quality, time and cost.
It provides a close practical exposure to the various supervision, performance tracking, trend analysis and reporting procedures typically used in contract administration of nationally funded or IFI-funded procurement.
It explains the underpinning principles and legal instruments for substantiation of claims and “burden of proof”, claim assessment and claim settlement and it explores the importance of “contemporary documentary evidence” for claim-settlement purposes as well as claim-avoidance techniques.
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For detail information about the course content please consult the following flyer: Advanced contract management
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