Contracting within supply management continues to be the basis for aligned expectations and performance. An organization must properly define expected outcomes to draft the best contract. Ensure you understand the basics, such as key terms and conditions, and enable your organization to legally receive the prescribed goods
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Member Price: $295.00
Jul 14, 2021
11 AM - 1 PM ET
1. “Recognize the Requirements that Create a Valid Contract” Explore the 6 elements that must be present in a contract to make it a valid, legally enforceable document.
2.“Define and Avoid Fraud Related to Contracts” There are distinct areas in which an oral contract will not support the business. You will get a basic overview of where a written contract is necessary.
3. “Identify Common Types of Contracts” Depending on the goods or services you are procuring, you will use different types of contracts. This lesson presents a variety of contract types and describes situations in which they would be used.
4. “Recognize Critical Terms and Conditions” Terms and conditions are the various requirements imposed on contracting parties by the language of their contract. Explore the most common and critical terms and conditions that you are likely to encounter.
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