A two-day workshop for government staff involved in purchasing services (community health and social type services) to be delivered to clients of the government.
This two-day workshop speaks to the broad range of government contracts with the community health and social services sector. These contracts are for the delivery of services to clients of the government as opposed to government itself.
Client Services Contracts, also referred to as third party contracts, are considered a form of a government transfer, along with grants and entitlements. However, unlike grants and entitlements, they are governed by both contract law and government policies.
The course is structured around five distinct phases of the contract management cycle:
For further insight to course content, see recommended pre-reading at bottom of this page.
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
Lecture, discussion and generic case studies