Contract Management Body of Knowledge®: CMBOK® Sixth Edition
National Contract Management Association, Nov 10, 2020 - Study Aids - 416 pages
The must-have reference for contract management professionals, based on the National Contract Management Association’s internationally recognized third party standard. The Contract Management Body of Knowledge ® (CMBOK®) explains the seven core competencies that serve as essential building blocks for successful contracting practitioners and leaders: 1. Leadership 2. Management 3. Guiding Principles 4. Pre-Award 5. Award 6. Post-Award 7. Learn NCMA is proud to announce the publication of the Sixth Edition of the CMBOK®. This update is driven by the changes in the Second Edition of the Contract Management Standard™, which serves as the CMBOK’s foundation. The CMBOK® Sixth Edition provides a common understanding of the terminology, practices, policies, and processes used in contract management.
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Abbreviations and Acronyms
The CMBOK Lexicon
Annex The Contract Management Standard Publication CMSTM
Contract Management Curricula Models
Organizational Capability Measurement through the Contract
Federal Acquisition Regulation FAR General Structure and Subparts
CMBOK Changes and Evolution
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