The Most Comprehensive Resource Available on Developing, Writing, and Executing Statements of Work Specifically for the Public Sector When written well, a statement of work (SOW) attracts high-quality, competitive bids. When written poorly, it leads to disputes and protestsaand results in bids that do not meet the needs of the government. Federal Statements of Work: A Practical Guide is an indispensable reference tool for anyone in the public sector charged with developing, writing, and executing an SOW to procure goods and services. Introducing readers to the basic sections and types of an SOW, how they are written, when they should be applied, and how they are used, this book puts the SOW in perspective as a fundamental part of federal contracting. With sample SOWs from various federal agencies and projects as well as an exhaustive list of supplemental resources, Federal Statements of Work provides the tools you need to write a clear, concise, and quality statement of work. By employing the guidelines and techniques defined in this book, you can avoid the problems that often lead to project failure. Ensure that projects meet the specified scope and quality Reduce the possibility of change orders and increased costs Control risk by clearly defining roles and responsibilities Table of Contents Introduction to the Statement of Work ac Framing the Statement of Work ac Planning for the Statement of Work ac The Performance SOW ac The Functional SOW ac The Design SOW ac The Level-of-Effort SOW ac The Statement of Objectives (SOO) ac Defining the Evaluation Criteria ac Writing the SOW ac The Purchase Request Package ac Managing Change to the SOWTwo of the most recognized standards are the University of Chicagoa#39;s Chicago Manual of Style1 and Strunk and Whitea#39;s Elements of Style.2 The first edition of the Chicago Manual of Style was published in 1906 and is updated approximatelyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Federal Statements of Work|
|Author||:||Michael G. Martin|
|Publisher||:||Management Concepts Inc. - 2008-01-01|