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Ask The Expert (APAC): An Introduction to Performance Based Contracting (PBC)

Published: 26 Jun 2019 Average Rating: 5 / 5 Print
 

Author: Dr Andrew 'Jacko' Jacopino

During this Webinar, Dr. Andrew Jacopino will talk about PBCs including what they are, what benefits they provide, how they work and some key success factors to consider when setting up and managing a Performance Based Contract (PBC).

 

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2019-07-03 07:09:15

Validity of Contract

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2017-05-26 09:59:56

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