It includes the processes required to buy or acquire
products, services or results that must be obtained from
outside the project team
The plan Procurement Management process
includes the following activities
• Performing make or buy analysis
• Creating a procurement management plan
• Creating a procurement statement of
work for each procurement
Selecting a contract type for each procurement
• Creating the procurement documents
• Determining the source selection criteria
• Project management plan
The scope baseline, wich is part of the Project management plan, helps those involved in the procurement process understand the scope of the Project, identify where procurements are necessary, and understand any constraints on potentail procurement efforts.
This where you’ll find the scope related requirements that are likely to guide the en product, service, or result provided by a seller. In addition this documentation also includes requirements for compliance, safety, communicatios, Project management practices, reporting, quality, and risk management that are likely to be important to the procurement processes.
Activity Resource Requirements
The activity resource requirements will provide information on the required skills, number, and type of resources that will needed in the procurements processes. Its also necessary to identify where resources are not available within the performing organization, to help determine what services (if any) need to be procured
Enterprise Environmental Factors
These factors are Company culture and existing systems your Project will have to deal with or can use. For procurement, this includes markplace conditions, the services that are available to be purchased, and the existing culture and structures surrounding
Organizational Process Assets
The organizational process assets that are used in procurement can include precurement procedures and documents, standard contracts, statement of work templates, lessons learned from past procurements and projects, and list of prequalified sellers.
Provides an understanding of risks uncovered to date, as well as the risk responses that require procurements.
Remember, risk analysis of teh Project should be done before contracts are
Will help identify those who will be impacted by the procurement process as well as those who will have input into or will guide this process.
Any procurements already in place on the Project
The Project manager must manage the interface between multiple sellers and multiple procurements on one Project.
The Project Schedule
Will help determine when the procurements are needed, and will also provide Schedule constraints, required completion dates, adn time estimates
Initial cost estimates for work to be procured
An internal cost estimate for each procurement should be created before the procurement process starts to be used for comparison with seller’s prices
Analysis of buying or making
Plan Procurement Management
Statement of work relating to Procurements
Seller selection criteria
Analysis of buying or making
Updates to project documents
Documents how procurements will be planned, executed,
controlled and closed for the project