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Grants vs. Contracts

By Lisa DeMaio
Commonly folks have asked me what the technical difference is between a contract and a grant. The difference is not about the dollar value or who the buying entity is nor the kind of work being done. Instead it is about the legal concept of default. In my eyes, the corner stone of whether something should be called a grant or a contract lies in whether one is legally bound to produce results as one is in a contractual relationship or whether you are simply granted funds to do something. Did you get that nuance? Perhaps that is oversimplifying it.
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Procurement Contracts - The Best Way to Manage a Contract

By Stephen C Carter
The purpose of managing a contract is to maximise the financial and operational performance of the contract and to minimise risk. It continues throughout the life of the contract and enables both parties to react to changing needs which could not be anticipated at the time the contract was let. Good contract management also builds and manages a relationship with the supplier so that problems can be resolved equitably and a process of continuous improvement started. All of this means that the best way to manage a contract is to have someone who has the role of the intelligent client.
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Project Management PMP Topic - Project Management Office Should Be Your Goal

By Vaughn Smith
In order to be effective, you should have an organizational structure that provides maximum control to your efforts as a project manager. Fortunately, the newest management trends are establishing proven methods that give such control to the bold organizations that strictly adopt the Project Management Office, (PMO).
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Sourcing Strategy - 5 Steps to Effective Category Management

By Stephen C Carter
Category Management is a process that enables you to source more effectively and then to get even more value from continually optimising the resulting contracts. You do this by grouping together products or services that have similar characteristics and are bought from similar supply markets.
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