Project procurement management is a knowledge area that involves selecting sellers (vendors), negotiating their terms, and managing the ongoing relationships with them. Sometimes those activities are conducted by the project manager; other times they are completed by a purchasing department or higher-level manager.
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As a Project Manager, what procurement management activities have you performed or experienced in the past?
If the PM has not completed those activities, who in the organization has?
What procurement-related activities do you anticipate that you will be expected to complete as the project manager for IRTC?
What activities need to be identified and performed right now?
Develop a project plan that covers all project groups and knowledge areas.
Apply the nine project management knowledge areas.
As a project manager, several project procurement management activities have been performed. For example, a company's overall procurement requirements were defined by the project manager (Morris & Pinto, 2007). It means the manager determined what the company needed, how much it needed and when it needed it. To accomplish this step, different types of procurement contracts were used, deadlines were established and procurement performance evaluation criteria were also developed. Project procurement plans were also conducted by the manager. To do this, specific instructions and guidelines were also conducted by the project manager for the team (Rowe, 2007).
Competition of Project Management Activities
Different types of activities have not been completed by the project manager. For instance, quantity, cost and deadlines were not made by the project manager. Additionally, the goals as well as long term objectives were not addressed or completed in a specific manner (Dow & Taylor, 2010). Along with this, performance of the project was not evaluated in order to improve the procurement plan. The senior project manager has completed all the remaining activities of the project (Kloppenborg, 2008).
Anticipating Procurement-Related Activities
There are different kinds of procurement related activities that will be expected to complete as the project manager for IRTC. For example, it is expected that IRTC's overall procurement need and objectives should be fulfilled. Additionally, a procurement contract should also be developed for IRTC (Morris & Pinto, 2007). Along with this, clear rules, ...
Project managers procurement management is examined. What procurement-related activities to anticipate the expected project is determined. Competition of project management activities are determined.