also where you would fully describe the business impact of your in house and

Also where you would fully describe the business

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also, where you would fully describe the business impact of your in-house and outsourcing position. (Note – in the 3rd case study, this is also where you could define the performance measures you propose.) This should be the largest section of your paper! Vendor Considerations You are not looking to actually name your vendors in this section, unless you happen to already know the potential candidates. When developing your procurement plan to begin with, sometimes you know this information up front – sometimes it requires some research after you have been given permission to pursue the outsourcing opportunities. What you want to describe here is the number of vendors you would select to solicit for bid, describing why that is the appropriate number. You would also describe what you propose for eventual awards – a single vendor or multiple vendors to perform the job for you. Again, you would thoroughly defend your position. Contract Structure
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This is the section that you would describe the pricing structure for each proposed process you plan to outsource. You need to fully describe why you select the given option for this particular process outsourcing. Evaluation Criteria In this section you would provide the evaluation criteria you propose be included in the RFP for each process you propose to outsource. You need to explain why you chose these particular criteria and how you propose these be used during the evaluation process. Timeline This section would describe the timeline for getting to the Contract Administration phase. You could extend beyond
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that phase, but please use caution – contracts typically last more than a month or two! You would want to provide reasonable time for each of the phases – outline the various tasks for each phase and explain why you propose this particular timeline to accomplish the project.
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