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Running head: PROJECT INTEGRATION AND PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENTProject Integration and Procurement ManagementName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor Note
1PROJECT INTEGRATION AND PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENTTable of ContentsAnswer 1..............................................................................................................................2Answer 2..............................................................................................................................2Answer 3..............................................................................................................................3Answer 4..............................................................................................................................3Answer 5..............................................................................................................................4References............................................................................................................................5
2PROJECT INTEGRATION AND PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENTAnswer 1Several procurement activities have been performed in the past as a project manager,which includes determination and evaluation of the company’s overall procurementrequirements. This included the determining and leveraging the amount of labor the companyneeded and proper scheduling of the labor and materials (Schwalbe, 2015). As a part of theprocurement management in the organization, the goods and services that are needed to beprocured were identified at first. After agreeing on the delivery time frame and methods with thevendor, the purchase orders were completed. In order to make sure that all the requirements of aproject is fulfilled on time; proper procurement contract was finalized, which was Time andmaterial based contract (Brewer, Wallin & Ashenbaum, 2014). While the project was in itsimplementation stage, procurement performances were evaluated on a regular basis to ensurethat the project is following a planned approach. Furthermore, proper procurement plan wasensured that contained specific instructions and guidelines for proper implementation of theproject.Answer 2In certain cases when the project manager fails to perform the procurement activities, it isthe responsibility of the assistant project manager to fill in the void. In my absence, the assistantproject manager has the authority to receive, manage and close all the transactional activities.Furthermore, he is responsible for conducting the inventory management checks and schedulingthe proper delivery time of the project. The assistant project manager although has limitedpermission handling the major procurement activities, he still has access to useful assets of theorganization that helps in managing all the procurement activities in absence of project manager
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