“When formulating a contract with a vendor, you getwhat you negotiate—nothing more, but often less.”
||What is your definition of a vendor?
||A vendor is a company that is hired to perform some type of work typically defined in a document called a statement of work. The vendor usually manages its own activities and resides at a location apart from the company that has purchased its services.
||As a project manager, am I also accountable for work performed by a vendor?
||Absolutely yes! You are fully accountable for the project and, therefore, all of the pieces that make up the project.
||That doesn’t seem fair! The vendor committed to produce deliverables of specific ...|
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