With an operating budget of more than $37 million per year, the Georgia Building Authority wanted to be able to track its contracts proactively from “cradle to grave,” that is, from inception to completion. Specifically, management wanted all parties to be able to see where a contract stood at any particular time relative to the three basic elements of contract administration – time, money and product. The Georgia Building Authority’s automated Contract ...

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