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PMP® Challenge Question – 8/1

Here’s a question from real life this week! Many, if not most, PMI components have some controls or policies in place to prevent preferential treatment to active volunteers at the expense of the general membership. For larger components with more procurement needs, the challenges include providing fair treatment for all stakeholders, including minorities, veterans, volunteers, and members. What is one significant way to conduct the procurement to provide an unbiased opportunity for everyone?

Check back here on 8/15 for the answer and another question!

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