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Contract Management Strategies for Success

Date:   Mar 23, 2020 - Mar 24, 2020
Time:   8:30 AM (ADT)
Location:   Alban F. Bates Room
Chateau Saint John

369 Rockland Road
Saint John, NB

Seminar Overview - Contract Management Strategies for Success (2 days)

Organizations in both the public and private sectors are facing increasing pressure to reduce costs and improve financial and operational performance. Effective Contract Management, which is often overlooked and presents significant challenges is crucial to improving the financial bottom line, enhancing supplier relationship management, mitigating risk, optimizing operational performance and successful project completion.

This session will explore 7 key challenges to successful Contract Management including:

  • Managing Supplier Relationships

  • Contract Formation

  • Everyday Management

  • Risk Assessment

  • The Unexpected

  • Effective and Secure Use of IT

  • Legal Framework 

About the Instructor

Debby Shapero Propp is a commercial lawyer with a focus on procurement, technology and health law and has provided legal services in the private, public and broader public sectors for over 25 years.  Debby both provides advice on challenging procurement initiatives and major group procurements and develops and implements procurement processes and related agreements. Debby acts for her clients in major technology acquisitions and negotiations for both traditional and emerging technologies.

Debby is a seasoned and dedicated public presenter and instructor and regularly teaches across Canada. Drawing on her experience working both with a wide range of clients and as in-house counsel, over the last few years Debby has developed practical and well-received professional development seminars. 

Debby has worked successfully with clients on the Competitive Dialogue methodology, taught about Competitive Dialogue throughout parts of Canada and written about Competitive Dialogue nationally. 

For more information about Debby’s services visit 


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