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Job Order Contracting: Do's and Don'ts

COAA Webinar: OCTOBER 22, 2019  2:00 - 3:00 PM EDT

 

Job Order Contracting (JOC) has become a common contracting method in the public sector, as well as private sector facilities organizations. There have been JOC success stories and equal failures. This session will take the opportunity to dissect JOC contract examples, review their components and examine what works and what doesn't. With over 30 years as a contracting tool and many variations the term and contract are well understood, but the mechanics behind the success and failures still eludes most procurement programs. We will take this opportunity to assemble JOC success components for the proactive development future JOC contracts and programs.

Learning Objectives

1. Participants will be able to describe the components of a JOC contract. 

2. Participants will be able to apply the resources for proactive contract development.
3. Participants will be able to explain the differences between Purchasing and Construction Procurement.

4. Participants will be to discuss the view a JOC from the Contractor's perspective.

 

This webinar has been approved for one AIA Learning Unit. 

Registration Rates

  • Member - $99
  • Non-member - $149

Paid registration only recognizes individual participation and only one person will receive credit for attendance. However, the webinar can be viewed by a group in a conference room setting for no additional cost.

 

Meet the Presenter

Vincent M. LeMond, PMP, CJP, LEED Green Associate --- Currently the Procurement Supervisor for Alternative Delivery/Rotation List, for the Professional Services Division of the Capital Contracting Office for the City of Austin, Texas.  Having worked with Job Order Contracts since 1990, he is one of the few Owner Representatives that has performed services in both the private and public sectors, offering a two-point perspective of Job Order Contracting Programs as Owner and Contractor.   Presently he is the Industry Chair for the Center for Job Order Contracting Excellence and is a Certified Job Order Contracting Professional (CJP).  He offers over 30 years of Project/Construction Management, Contract Administration and Facilities Management experience, specializing in Job Order Contracting, Design-Build, Construction Manager at Risk and Competitive Sealed Proposals.