Project Management Professional in Procurement and Contracting (PMPPC)


(For those desiring certification as a Project Management Professional in Procurement and Contracting (PMPPC), an 80 question certification examination is available).

This course introduces Project Management and its relationship to Procurement and Contract Management. It identifies the tools and techniques to resolve problems associated with bringing projects in on time and within an established budget. 


Course Content


PMGT 604 Introduction to Project Management
PMGT 605 Project Initiation
PMGT 606 Project Planning
PMGT 607 Project Execution
PMGT 608 Project Monitoring and Control
PMGT 609 Project Closing

PMGT 604 Introduction to Project Management
This module covers the ability and responsibility of project managers to convert management plans and client contracts into modules of action and projects that deliver services or goods.  The problems associated with aligning resources and capabilities of the project manager's organization with the needs of the client are examined.  The module will cover in detail the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) as promulgated by the Project Management Institute.

PMGT 605 Project Initiation
This module describes the processes required to ensure that the project includes all the work required, and only the work required, to complete the project successfully.  Focus is on initiating a Project in the Form of a Large or Complex Prime or Subcontract.

PMGT 606 Project Planning
This module describes the processes required to ensure timely completion of the project.  Focus is on Advance Procurement Planning, the Make or Buy Analysis, Duties and Responsibilities of the Procurement Manager and Procurement/Contracting staff, and Procurement Leadtime for all the required Pre-award Procurement processes.

PMGT 607 Project Execution
This module describes the processes required to ensure that the project will satisfy the needs for which it was undertaken.  It covers the contract solicitation, evaluation, and award processes in detail.

PMGT 608 Project Monitoring and Control
This module describes the processes required to ensure contract completion of project goals and objectives.  It focuses on the many required processes during the post-award phase of contracting, including quality assurance, receipt, inspection, and acceptance, change/modification management, payments, claims, disputes, and terminations.

PMGT 609 Project Closing
This module describes the processes required to close out a contract and project.  Focus is on ensuring the project needs have been met before the contract is closed and retired.

 

 

 

 

 

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