2016 Procurement Framework

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Contract Management. Private Sector seminar. April 2018. Copyright World Bank 2017 . Contract Management - Introduction. World Bank regards contract management as:. systematic and efficient . planning, execution, monitoring, and evaluation. ID: 731772 Download Presentation

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2016 Procurement Framework

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2016 Procurement Framework

Contract Management

Private Sector seminar

April 2018

Copyright World Bank 2017

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Contract Management - Introduction

World Bank regards contract management as:systematic and efficient planning, execution, monitoring, and evaluation of contractsan approach to optimize performance

an integral part managing risks a method ensure that both parties fulfill their contractual obligations

a process to deliver the ultimate goal of achieving Value for Money (VfM) a key driver to achieving results on the ground

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Contract Management- Procurement Framework

New Procurement Framework recognizes that effective contract management:

is part of the Procurement Processneeds planning thus should be considered at the Project Procurement Strategy Document stage

should be considered as part of the overall Procurement Approachis applicable to goods, services, works and non-consulting servicesis an essential part of a Fit for Purpose Procurement Approachrequires Borrower

capacity

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Contract Management- Procurement Framework

New Procurement Framework recognizes that effective contract management:

is integral and linked to risk identification, mitigation and management across all aspects of the contract e.g. Environment, Social, Health and Safety

requires KPIs need to be built into contractincludes a broad range of aspects including contract variations (both commercial and technical)achieves improved VfM and improved project outcomes

Ability to look at end-to-end cycle

Three key implementation phases:

plan contract

execute contract

manage contract

Good Contract Management Practice- Areas of Intervention

People (‘champions’, administration, disclosure)

Performance (reviews, meetings, evaluation, satisfaction)

Process (streamlining, templates, standard procedures)

Policy (standards, monitoring, interpretations)

Technology (obligation, compliance, web-based tools and apps, advance notifications

)

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Contract Management – Borrower’s Role

Contract management is the responsibility of the BorrowerProportionality is key

Contract plans are developed during contract creationWB Guidance to Borrowers suggest that contract management priorities are:

tracking and monitoring cost, time, quality and deliverables being clear on roles and responsibilities of both Borrower and supplier/contractor/consultant managing relationships with the supplier/contractor/consultant and key stakeholders managing payments in accordance with agreed termsbeing proactive throughout the contract to anticipate problems and issues before they arisemanaging problems and issues as they arise, quickly, effectively, fairly, and in a transparent manner

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Contract Management – Bank’s Role

Fiduciary role - ensure funds are used for the purpose intended

Requiring Borrowers to apply Bank’s standard forms of contracts (international good practice) for international contracts

Prior review of major contractsPost review, including contract execution of smaller contracts on sample basis Supervision

Prior review of material amendments to major contracts

Requiring

speedy resolution of disputes

through alternative dispute resolution such as dispute experts/dispute boards and international commercial arbitration

Exercising Bank’s audit and inspection right when needed

End of project evaluation

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What can industry do to help?

Pre-market and pre-bid engagement – discuss contract management requirements

Contract Award - work with Borrowers to ensure contract management plans are agreed

and in place before contract awardContract Management Governance - be clear on roles and responsibilities and hold Borrowers to accountContract and Project Delivery - Work with

all parties to a project/contract who are involved in contract management e.g. Borrower, supervising engineer, specialists, etc.

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What can industry do to help?

Contract Administration – timely submission

of contract variations, requested information for contract monitoring and contract administrationDispute Resolution - Use

escalation and dispute resolution mechanisms defined in the contract in a proactive way

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Questions and Discussion

What are the issues that hold back industry in using effective contract management approaches on Bank financed Projects?