The global and transnational feminist activism such as the UN-sponsored conferences since 1975 have contributed to the production of some significant international documents, conventions, and strategies that are now used as blueprints or guidelines for the protection of women’s rights and their empowerment. Briefly, describe the following two of such international documents or conventions: Beijing Platform for Action; and CEDAW.
The purpose of this section is to describe any constraints which must be considered as part of the project’s procurement management process. These constraints may be related to schedule, cost, and scope, resources, technology, or buyer/seller relationships. There are several constraints that must be considered as part of the project’s procurement management plan. These constraints will be included in the RFP and communicated to all vendors in order to determine their ability to operate within these constraints. These constraints apply to several areas which include schedule, cost, scope, resources, and technology: Scope: All procurement activities and contract awards must support the approved project scope statement. Any procurement activities or contract awards which specify work which is not in direct support of the project’s scope statement will be considered out of scope and disapproved. Schedule: Project schedule is not flexible and the procurement activities, contract administration, and contract fulfillment must be completed within the established project schedule. Cost: Project budget has accident and management reserves built in; however, these reserves may not be applied to procurement activities. Reserves are only to be used in the event of an approved change in project scope or according to management discretion. Technology: Parts specifications have already been determined and will be included in the statement of work as part of the RFP. While proposals may include suggested alternative material or manufacturing processes, parts specifications must match those provided in the statement of work exactly. Resources:>GET ANSWER Let’s block ads! (Why?)