SC Law No. 04-CC-ConsultRFPRequest for Proposals for Consultant
Advertised: May 27, 2004Services, Software and Hardware and
i.Possess PMP certification;
ii.Adhere to PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge); and
iii.Have experience in a project of similar scope and complexity.
b.The College anticipates the following Project Management Office staff, with their defined responsibilities, and the overall Project Management Office structure will be in place
during the engagement:
The project sponsor is the President.
The project owner is assigned by the President and is responsible for the overall management of the project.
The Project Management Office (PMO) defines, plans, directs, monitors and controls the project and assures the project stays on time and within budget.
PMO Staff and Structure include:
The Consulting Firm Project Manager, who has final management authority over all consultant staff and is the primary contact with College management on issues pertaining to consultation services and ERP vendor communication.
The College Functional Manager, who is the “user’ community manager, with final management authority over all college functional staff assigned to the project; and
The College IT Manager, who is the key information technology manner on the project, with final authority over all college IT staff assigned to the project.
The PMO Staff Person, who is responsible for scheduling meetings, consolidating agendas, keeping and issuing minutes, assembling project’s plan, budget and status reports and providing other support services to the PMO.
A Functional Module Structure will be used to implement the project:
A set of functional groups consisting of college personnel who will interpret college business rules, set up tables, decide how to covert and/or upload legacy system data, assign security, determine best practices, test the system and train staff on its use.
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