Project Management Office Case Study

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Activity 1.1 - Setting Up the Project Management Office (PMO)

Project Office has been setup to operate independently from other units, in Ordu Chamber of Commerce and Industry Service Building. The purchase of furnishings such as office desk, chair, etc. and installation was provided by Ordu CCI as the in-kind contribution. Since the PMO is located in the service building of the institution, there was no need for renting a place.
Activity 1.1.1 Supply of Equipment; The supply of equipment of Ordu CCI Project Management Office is granted by the institution and Ordu CCI as the in-kind contribution provided the furnishings such as office desk, chair, etc. as well as the installation. Hence, the office is ready to operate. Two PCs (notebooks) were purchased from the project budget to be used as equipment in the Project Management Office and other activities.

Activity 1.2.1 Assignment; After the signing of the project agreement and the full establishment of the PMO, 4 personnel was employed to serve in the project, the necessary agreements, job descriptions were prepared and the coordinator provided information on the activities of the project.

Project Scope as Co-financing;

Ordu CCI Quality Management and Statistics Research Expert Özge ATAKAN was appointed as the Project Coordinator as of 03rd October 2016, as assigned by the Chairman of the
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These items are all used and distributed as the project activity. Our CCI provided as in-kind contribution following items for the use and distribution within the scope of the project; 3 metal signboards, 6 Ministry of Education flags, 1,500 invitations, 650 stickers, 60 Participation

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