Project Procurement Management Exercise

1. Match the outputs defined in column 2, with the process named in column 1, inserting your answer in the space provided in column 3.

Process

Outputs

Answer

(number)

1. Plan Procurement

A. Work performance information, Change Requests, Project Management Plan Updates, Project document updates, Organizational Process Assets updates

2. Conduct Procurement

B. Procurement management plan, Procurement statement of work, Procurement documents, Source selection criteria, Make-or-buy decisions, Change requests, Project document updates

3. Control Procurement

C. Closed Procurements, Organizational Process Assets Updates

4.Close Procurement

D. Selected Sellers, Agreements, Resource Calendars, Change Requests, Project Management Plan Updates, Project Document Updates


2. Match the process explanations defined in column 2, with the process named in column 1, inserting your answer in the space provided in column 3.

Process

Process Explanation

Answer

(number)

1. Plan Procurement

A. Review supplier performance; Change control; Inspections /Audits; Payments

2. Conduct Procurement

B. Completing project procurement and formal acceptance of deliverables; Disputes & Settlements; Lessons learned

3. Control Procurement

C. Issue RFP/RFQ; Bidder Conference, Q&A; Evaluate Proposals & quotes; obtain seller responses; Select supplier & award contract

4.Close Procurement

D. Make or Buy Decision; Prepare SOW, RFP/RFQ; Selection criteria; specifies approach to take; identifies potential sellers


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