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Change Orders: What Are They?

In project management, a change order is an element of the change management process in which changes in the scope of work agreed to by those involved in a contract is made.

Change orders are common to most projects. Some reasons for change orders are:

  • Incorrect scope of work estimate
  • Discovery of obstacles that affect that original plan
  • Additional funding, time, or resources are needed to complete the project 

Dealing with change orders can be confusing, especially as an MWBE business owner, which is why The NYC Department of Small Business Services has chosen to cover the process in their upcoming webinar: Contract Management & Performance Evaluations.

Other topics to be covered include:

  • Effective Management Techniques
  • Performance Evaluations Processes and Procedures
  • Setting realistic project goals through contract compliance metrics
  • Closeout Requirements
The Contract Management & Performance Evaluations webinar will be held virtually on Thu, February 24, 2022, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST. As always, it’s 100% free for minority and women small business owners to attend! Be sure to book ASAP to guarantee your spot. We will send you the WebEx Link 24 hours before the start of the event, so be sure to keep an eye on your Junk Mail folder, just in case it gets lost! 

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