What is a contract review meeting? A contract review meeting is a formal meeting between a supplier and a buyer. The meeting is used to review and discuss how a supplier has performed in terms of what was required of them under the contract.
There is no 'official' definition of a contract review meeting as they are not a requirement under procurement law. Contract review meetings are instead 'best practice' and fall under contract management.
As a procurement professional, I've over 25 years procurement experience in contract management meetings and managing contract performance. I know how stressful the whole contractual review process can be so I wanted to share my tips and experience with you on how to prepare for a review of contract performance, what contact review questions will be asked and what might be included in a contract management meeting agenda.
Read on to uncover my tried and tested survival strategy and my top 5 contract review tips - how to make a great first impression, prepare for and hopefully thrive at your first contract review meeting.
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