Workshop on Contract Management in Public Procurement

Changes to Existing Contracts and Avoiding the Need for a New Tender

Contracts, Purchasing & Procurement Management


The Multilateral Development Banks, led by the World Bank are introducing changes to modernize their procurement practices with more robust strategic planning, more choice of procurement options and a greater focus on value for money and fit for purpose solutions. The changing economic needs of parties over the duration of long term projects need to be reflected in mechanisms to change existing contracts without having to revert to new procurement processing. This requires a both careful appraisal and management of risk apportionment at the outset of the procurement process and the ability to deliver change without fracturing party relationships to the cost of both. Using the Harvard Study Method of a rolling worked problem, this PetroDeep workshop will feature a comprehensive best practice understanding of: • How to undertake contract change both before and after procurement of equipment and works • How to manage and reduce cost and risk • The mechanics of change in standard form contracts • How to preserve project budgets • Meeting the challenge of re-programming

Code Venue Fees ($) Dates
CP001 California, U.S.A 6500 May 5, 2019 – May 9, 2019
CP001 Dubai, U.A.E 4500 August 18, 2019 – August 22, 2019
CP001 Singapore, Singapore 5500 November 17, 2019 – November 21, 2019

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