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Title: Procurement and Contract Management Program Overview


1
Procurement and Contract Management Program
Overview
CPPC October 2, 2007
  • Dave Collisson Deputy CPO
  • Procurement Governance Office

Office of the Comptroller General
2
Program Purpose
  • The Procurement and Contract Management
    Program (PCMP) is a training and certification
    program for public sector employees.
  • The Procurement and Contract Management Program
    assists staff
  • to improve on-the-job performance
  • at all levels of proficiency
  • with all types of procurement.

3
Program Origin
  • The 2003 Procurement Reform Framework
    recommended
  • separation of governance and service delivery
    and
  • competency-based expansion of procurement and
    contract management training.
  • Funding and executive support received for
    development of a full-scale training program.
  • Four exciting years have ensued. Program design,
    development and delivery was competed and awarded
    to a consortium led by NECI.

4
Corporate Learning Program Changes
  • Learning Services Branch led a
    cross-government team to
  • Identify the Procurement Management
    Competency Model, including learning
    specifications.
  • Perform a gap analysis on the existing
    courses
  • Then Only 4 courses for administrators
    and managers, covering 28 of the
    required competencies.
  • Now 20 new Learning Programs and
    Certification Process for 6 key
    procurement roles at 4 proficiency
    levels, covering 100 of the required
    competencies.

5
PCMP Model
The PCMP is based on the Procurement Competency
Model. The model is consistent with the
corporate Core Policy and Procedures Manual.
6
PCMP Delivery
  • A competency-based learning program that is
    accessed through a web-based learning portal.
  • Uses an integrated delivery model incorporating
    different learning methods at each level, i.e.
    eLearning, instructor-led, and self-directed
    on-line learning resources.
  • Uses a participant-focused learning approach with
    an emphasis towards on-the-job application.

7
Program Structure
  • The Program has four proficiency levels that
    include varying degrees of complexity,
    criticality, applicability and decision-making.

8
Implementation
  • There are approximately 12,000 employees
    engaged in procurement work across the BC public
    service.
  • The number, level, roles and types of
    procurement vary from ministry to ministry.

9
Key Procurement Roles
  • Contract/ Procurement Administrator (Levels1 2)
  • Contract/ Procurement Manager (Levels 2 3)
  • Ministry Contract/Procurement Specialist (Levels
    2 3)
  • Contract/ Acquisition Specialist (Levels 2 3)
  • Program Director or Program Manager (Levels 3
    4)
  • Senior Manager or Executive (Levels 3 4)

10
Steps to Certification
  • Level 1 Certificate - Basic - Self-directed
    elearning
  • (1 course) - Web-based Resources
  • - Update Sessions (under development)
  • Level 2 Certificate - Fundamental -
    Instructor-Led Training
  • (6 courses) - Web-based Resources
  • - Facilitated eLearning
  • - On-The-Job Assignments
  • - Update Sessions (under development)
  • Level 3 Program Certification Applied (6
    courses) - Instructor-Led Training
  • - Web-based Resources
  • - Facilitated eLearning
  • - On-The-Job Assignments
  • - Update Sessions (under development)
  • Level 4 - Strategic - Executive Seminars
  • (7 courses) - Instructor-Led Training
  • - Web-based Resources

11
Program Certification
  • Completion of Levels 1 3 required for PCMP
    Certification.
  • Certification recommended for Contract Managers,
    and Procurement and Contract Specialists.
  • Program and Project Managers and staff, with any
    procurement and contract management
    responsibilities, will benefit from attending
    individual PCMP courses, or Level 1 or 2
    certification.

12
Certification Process
  • The certification process
  • includes training in procurement and contract
    management
  • recognizes individuals who upgrade their
    procurement and contract management
    qualifications
  • establishes a preferred qualification for
    staffing and development and
  • provides a mechanism for competent staff to
    challenge some certification requirements.

13
Key Features
  • 2005- 2006
  • Learning Portal
  • Research Library
  • Employee Learning Record
  • Self-assessment Tool
  • Learning Programs Instructor-led and elearning
  • Learning Resource Framework
  • Curriculum Summary by Key Procurement Role
  • 2006 - 2007
  • Certification Challenge Process
  • License Agreement with NECI
  • Curriculum Development Completed
  • On-the-job Training Assignments
  • First Graduation Class
  • 2007 2008
  • Mentoring Opportunities
  • PCMP Available to Other Jurisdictions
  • Accreditation
  • PCMP Community of Practice

14
Results
  • Hugely successful
  • High demand for all courses
  • Executive recognition of the value of PCMP
  • Excellent ratings (4.3 out of 5) for courses and
    overall program
  • Learning increases averaging 21 - very high
    results
  • Internal Audit reviews show increased compliance
  • PCMP subject of a UVic e-learning study
  • Winner of the 1st annual Summit Magazine award
    for Leadership in Public Procurement
  • Generated strong interest across the public
    sector in Canada.

15
Government Contacts
  • For more information on the PCMP, visit the
    Learning Services Branch website at
  • http//www.bcpublicservice.ca/learning/pcmp/index
    .htm
  • The PCMP government contacts are Deborah Harding
    at Deborah.Harding_at_gov.bc.ca or (250) 953-4148
    and Dave Collisson at Dave.Collisson_at_gov.bc.ca or
    (250) 387-8114
  • The PCMP Learning Portal website address is
  • http//www.procurementlearning.gov.bc.ca
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