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Workshop on Tendering and Contract Management (FMSD 617)

By: Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON)  

Lagos State, Nigeria

24 - 28 Oct, 2016  5 days

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NGN 75,000

The objectives of the training workshop are to enable participants:

  • State the basis for procurement timing and payment to suppliers
  • Evaluate bids, tender documents and the mechanism for price adjustment for works contract
  • State the essentials of tendering procedures, filing and contract documentation system and the role of information technology in contract management.

Workshop Content

  • Tender and tendering procedures
  • Preparation of contract document
  • Evaluation of bids
  • Law of contract
  • Overview of public procurement act 2007
  • Quality assurance in tendering and contract management           
  • Monitoring and evaluation of contract performance
  • Contract costing and financing
  • Contract negotiation
  • Payment methods in contract
  • Due process in contract management
  • ICT and contract management

Target Audience

The workshop is designed for members of tender boards, project officers, procurement officers, contract officers, engineers, accountants, auditors and officers whose duties have to do with tendering and contract management in public and private sector organisations.

ASCON Complex, Topo, Badagry Oct 24 - 28 Oct, 2016
NGN 75,000.00(Per Participant (This Excludes Accommodation and Feeding))
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