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Global Contract Logistics

Best Practice Toolkit for Planning, Negotiating and Managing a Contract

Tackles the growing complexity of contracting logistics in a technologically accelerating world
EAN: 9780749475932
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 234x156
288 pages

About the book

The role of a contracting professional begins well before the award of a contract and doesn't end until the benefits of the acquisition have been realised, long after the deliverables arrive in a box on a loading dock. Global Contract Logistics tackles the growing complexity of contracting in a technologically accelerating world. The author looks at the common errors and the ten phases of a successful acquisition.

Global Contract Logistics examines what it takes to be an intelligent client, one who employs contracting or procurement professionals to obtain goods and services on their behalf. It debunks many commonly held myths involving contracting, procurement and acquisition and outlines ten vital steps towards success for intelligent clients and their supporting acquisition professionals. The text is supported by case studies of projects that the author Steve Morgan has led, during his time with the Ministry of Defence and BAA. Online supporting resources include contract templates for procurement and acquisition projects.

About the authors

Steven Morgan

Steven Morgan is a retired US Navy rear admiral and a veteran of the US nuclear submarine force. He is a major systems acquisition expert who was Commercial Director of the UK Ministry of Defence, responsible for the procurement and contract management function. Prior to MOD, he was an executive director at Heathrow Airport responsible for design and build of Terminal 2, and Commercial Director of the nuclear complex at Sellafield. He is currently a non-executive director of the NHS Newcastle Trust and chairman of Calderwood House, a hostel for homeless military veterans. Steven holds an MBA in contract management, is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) and was selected as CIPS Procurement Professional of the year in 2008.

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