Course in Acting in Virginia in USA

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Acting

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Acting is the work of a person, an actor or an actress, in film, television, or theatre portraying a character and usually speaking or singing the written text or play.

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Project Contracting and Procurement Control

University of Management and Technology
Campus Part time 2 days September 2017 USA Arlington Ashburn + 2 more

To provide students with a practical understanding of key issues involved in the acquisition of goods and services from outside vendors [+]

Course Studies in Acting in Virginia in USA. This course provides students with a practical understanding of key issues involved in the acquisition of goods and services from outside vendors.Objectives To provide students with a practical understanding of key issues involved in the acquisition of goods and services from outside vendors To help students acquire the skills to work effectively with contracts. InstructionMethod: Lectures, case studies, class exercises, homeworkMaterial: Course workbook PMBOK Knowledge Areas - Integration Management - Scope Management - Cost Management - Procurement Management Topics Covered- Understanding needs and requirements - Capturing needs and requirements via statement of work (SOW) and/or Statement of Objectives (SOO) - Planning for solicitation - Different contract modalities - Sole-source vs. competitive contracts - Issuing an RFP (request for proposal) - Responding to a solicitation - Writing a proposal - How sealed bid contracts are handled differently than negotiated contracts (IFB vs RFP) - Holding vendor questions-and-answer sessions - Formulating the contract - Structuring the contract (FFP, CPFF, CPAF, CPIF, time-and-materials) - Post-award contract management - Verifying that work had been done via work performance measurement - Making progress payments - Verifying that funds are available for the work that has been done - Intellectual property - Data rights - Non-disclosure agreements - Non-competition agreements - The purchasing function - The contracting life-cycle - Role of contract specialists - Closing out contracts - Customer acceptance testing - Use of punch lists - Making final payments Course LengthThis course comes in varying lengths depending... [-]