This course covers key concepts and applications that govern e-procurement, and explains how ICT is used to improve procurement performance. The course aims to increase participants' knowledge of how to develop sustainable e-procurement strategies in a cost-effective manner. The course is designed to enable managers, employees and administrators to gain confidence in the use of ICT and electronic terminology and create an online strategy for their procurement.
The British Academy for Training and Development presents this training course in (Practical Training on E- Procurement Methods) to all legal professionals wishing to gain advanced experience in the legal rules and regulations governing tenders, auctions, and bidding procedures.
There is no doubt that the preliminary study of law, legal procedures, and contracting & bidding conditions, is substantial for modern students of law, since legal studies, are like other sciences, since they all have their own specific technical terms. With the progress of business nature & implications, and the vast development thereof, the emergence of official legal authorities, and the change occurred on the organizational concepts at the level of countries and institutions, in addition to the ongoing changes in the volume of business and the ongoing changes, there emerged the urgent need to have the regulation over the first business engine of any economy around the world, which is procurement and bidding process, in order to ensure that neither party –employer or contractor- is in breach of the agreed terms & conditions. Hence, a wide variety of legislations and laws have been put in place to regulate the business process in terms of contractual and bidding duties and rights, to keep interests of both parties. Contracting Agreements passes through various stages, including the pilot phase through which ensure abilities possessed by contractors, as well as to ensure integrity of the work environment, and the second stage is the stage of confirmation.