Contracting for Services
Topic: Performance-Based Acquisition
Original Air Date: Thursday, September 23, 2010
Program Code: 170018
The commercial contract should provide an allocation of the risks between Purchaser and Seller. The contemporary contracting professional must be conversant with both commodity and services contracting in order to assure the appropriate risk allocation.
- Summary of the practical and the legal distinctions between contracts for commodities and those services;
- Essential contracting principiles as they relate to service contracts;
- The critical elements of the services contract; and
- Checklists for drafting and reviewing contracts for services
Ernest G. Gabbard, JD, CPCM, CPSM, C.P.M., Fellow, Senior Director Corporate Strategic Sourcing, Allegheny Technologies Incorporated
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