The planned delivery dates for the work or products you are
The company’s standard documents you will use
The contract types you plan to use, and any metrics that
will be used to measure the contractor’s performance
Any constraints or assumptions you need to know about all
of the contracts you plan to create for your project
Activity cost estimates
Your cost estimates and your schedule play a big
part in how you plan out your procurement.
Your cost estimates and your schedule play a big part
in how you plan out your procurement.
These include documents such as the Request for Proposal used to solicit
proposals from prospective sellers.
Evaluation of the need for the organization to buy products versus make
the items themselves.
Procurement Statement of Work
Describes the scope of the product to be delivered by the supplier, and
contains clearly stated set of goals, requirements, outcomes for the
supplier to meet.
Listing of pre-qualified sellers Past experience with sellers Prior procurement agreements
Make or buy analysis
As you plan out what you will and won’t contract, How much does it cost to build it versus buy it?
How will this decision affect the scope of your project? How about your project schedule? Do you
have time to do the work and still meet your commitments?
Used to evaluate seller proposals. May be a multi-discipline review team with expertise in each of the
areas covered by the procurement documents and proposed procurement contract.
You will want to check out reviews of possible vendors to work with. Sometimes procurement teams
will go to conferences or read published reports that evaluate vendors doing similar contracts to help
Those sellers who have 1. been
judged to be in a competitive
range based on the evaluation
of their bid or proposal, and
2.have negotiated a draft
Includes terms and conditions that
specify what the seller is to perform
or provide to the buyer.
Quantity, availability, and timing of
when resources are either active or
Any proposed changes to the
procurement are treated like
any other change to the project,
through the Integrated Change