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effects of contractual risk (and related issues) on purchase contract presentation.

Gareth Lloyd Jones

effects of contractual risk (and related issues) on purchase contract presentation.

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Thesis (M. Sc. (Public Purchasing and Supply Management)) - University of Ulster, 1993.

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This paper discusses and explores the different effects of contractual forms on the satisfaction with public transport (PT) at different urban scales. Using public transport systems in 12cities in China as the focus (four large-I-sized cities, four large-II-sized cities, and four medium-sized cities), a measurement model of the passenger satisfaction index (PSI) is constructed and estimated on Author: Chunqin Zhang, Daoyou Wang, Anning Ni, Xunyou Ni, Guangnian Xiao. the contractual requirements (Garrett & Rendon, ). The contract administration process includes: 1. Conducting a pre-performance conference. 2. Measuring contractor’s performance, using performance evaluation tools (Earned Value Management, schedule analysis, budget analysis). 3. Conducting risk monitoring and control. 4.


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