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IACCM CCM (Contract and Commercial Management) Checklists

Published: 26 Jun 2014 Average Rating: 2.6 / 5 Print
 

Author: IACCM

The enclosed Contract and Commercial Management checklists are a selection of IACCM's suggested considerations that support a rigorous and quality approach to the Contract Lifecycle. The checklists are very broad and readers are at liberty to add or amend as suits their particular requirement.

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