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    Details: What kind of contract will you pursue for each of the following purchases related to this project?

    Hiring technicians to install and configure the software for your environment
    Hiring a training entity to teach the student PMs the mechanics of using the new tool
    Buying a new server and software to run the tool and house the project database
    Hiring tool usage experts to transfer knowledge to the student PMs about the use of the tool on the job for the first 60 days after going "live"

    Plan for the removal and disposal of the no longer to be used scheduling tool software and hardware.

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    Contract types
    ABSTRACT
    This following will discuss the many forms of contracts that are related to the various types of business needs, as one contract may be appropriate for one issue but not for another.
    Introduction
    There currently are hundreds of contract types that businesses use daily to ensure the company is protected from loss, fraud and ensures the product or service purchased is the product or service that is received. This paper will review the kind of contract a business will pursue for each of the following purchases related to this specific project.
    Contract type for the hiring of technicians to install and configure the software for the business.

    The type of contract would be a "for service" outside vendor contract or an outside consultant contract, depending on the size of the firm used to hire the technicians. The contract will be between the purchaser, which is the company, and the provider of service, which will be the technicians. The details of the contract will cover a fee for service, a time frame involved, a liability clause for any damage caused by the technicians, the fee involved and the payment schedule for the fee. The outside vendor or contractor will be hired exclusively to perform a service with no benefits involved. This will be a straight fee for service contract.

    A confidentiality agreement must also be signed; as the hired party must not disclose any ...

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    Contract types

    This solution will discuss the many forms of contracts that are related to the various types of business needs, as one contract may be appropriate for one issue but not for another.

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