"Contracting for Services: Why, When, and How"
Author: Meyer, Jerome E.
Published In: Management Basics [Critical Issues in Facilities Management #5]
Focuses on ways to get the best value for your contract dollars. Covers the five elements that must be present in any contract, administrative commitment to contracting, contract specifications and documentation, quality and qualifier clauses, controlling the contractor, penalty clauses, performance bonds, liability coverage, indemnification clause, communication arrangements, bidding the contract, reviewing bid proposals, interviewing and selecting contractors, and the in-house work force. Figures include sample request to bid letter and sample bid breakdown.
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