- Establish a JOC program that allows for smaller projects to be completed faster and reduces administrative costs.
- Acquire stakeholder support to establish a JOC program.
- Establish parameters to determine the best procurement method and requirements for the term contracts.
- Establish parameters to determine the best procurement method and requirements for the term contract.
- Manage JOC contracts while ensuring program viability and compliance.
Specialization Certificate: Job Order Contracting
- Date: 03/14/2024
- Start Time: 10:00 AM Eastern Time
- End Time: 7:00 PM Eastern Time
- Instructor: Mr. William J. Tommie, Jr., CPPOMr. William J. Tommie, Jr., CPPOWilliam J. (Joe) Tommie, CPPO, retired in 2020 after serving as Purchasing Director for Cobb County Government, GA for 8 years. Prior to moving to Georgia and county government, he served in Procurement Management positions for three South Carolina public-school districts for over 30 years. Joe has a BS Degree in Biology from Lander University and a Masters Degree in Personnel Services from Clemson University. A charter member of the South Carolina Association of Governmental Purchasing Officials, Joe served as both Vice President and President. He received the South Carolina Association of Governmental Purchasing Officials Purchasing Manager of the Year Award in 2003, 2007, and 2016. In 2016, Joe was awarded Cobb County Government’s Silver Eagle Award for outstanding leadership.
- Level: Advanced Practitioner
- Format: Virtual Instructor-Led
- Contact Hours: 8
- CEUs: 0.8
Job Order Contracting (JOC) is a subset of construction procurement and typically used for smaller construction procurements. The use of Job Order Contracting is growing as entities are trying to find ways to achieve growth and maintenance goals while staying within budget and time constraints. To successfully implement a JOC, procurement needs to establish a JOC program. Procurement must also communicate with suppliers about JOC opportunities and manage contracts to ensure compliance with contract terms.