This process manages and monitors contract performance. It provides change requests and also develops corrective actions to contracts. This process ensures that both buyer and seller are meeting the contract agreements and fulfilling their end of the bargain to meet all of the customers needs.
The Air Force is hiring subcontractors through its Force shaping. The DOD believes it is less expensive to hire subcontractors to conduct aircraft maintenance on the A-10 to meet its goals and objectives. Project managers and stakeholders need to follow up with these subcontractors and make sure they are meeting standards and expectations.
Control Procurements: Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs. Reprinted from "A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), 5th Edition" by Project Management Institute, 2013, p. 379. Copyright 2013 by PMI.Inc. Reprinted with out permission.
1. Project Procurement Management Plan (Input): this procurement management plan is a part of the project management plan. This artifact was taken from the group project from PMGT 614.
2. Records Management System (Tools and Techniques): this homework assignment was taken from PMGT 614. It was an acceptance checklist in order to start a new contract between buyer/seller. This can be used as a tool for the Control Procurement process.
3. Correspondence Letter (Output): taken from the group 3's procurement management plan; PMGT 614, this correspondence letter is an output for this process. It is the written documentation to properly lay out all understandings to be communicated between buyer and seller.