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Project Management for State Contract Managers

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Contract management and project management are inherently intertwined. This workbook is designed to provide you, as a state contract manager, with a basic understanding and working knowledge of each discipline’s core elements and competencies that are vital to the success of any contract. You will learn about project management process groups and knowledge areas, how to identify opportunities and constraints in contract development, the components and benefits of project planning and resource management, and quality control techniques to help improve the overall contract management process.

It is beyond the scope of this workbook to go into depth regarding each project management process, tool and technique. However, this workbook will outline the core processes of project management and the tools and techniques that will benefit you the most as a state contract manager.
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