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- 1. What is a Cardinal Change to a Contract? Mike Purdy Michael E. Purdy Associates (206) 295-1464 [email_address] www.mpurdy.com
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3. What is a Cardinal Change to a Contract? 4. Michael E. Purdy Associates - Subscribe by e-mail to the Blog: http://PublicContracting.blogspot.com 5. Michael E. Purdy Associates - About Us
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- Michael E. Purdy Associates: Mike Purdy has more than 29 years of experience as a manager in public contracting and procurement.He is the principal of Michael E. Purdy Associates ( www.mpurdy.com ), a consultant firm established in 2005 to help public agencies and businesses develop and implement effective contracting strategies, solve contracting problems, and learn more about contracting and procurement through tailored training. He maintains the popular Public Contracting Blog athttp://PublicContracting.blogspot.com .
- Experience: Mike is also the Contracts Manager for the University of Washingtons Capital Projects Office and is responsible for managing design and construction contracts for more than $1 billion worth of projects at the University.Before joining the UW in 2005, he spent five years at the Seattle Housing Authority where he served as Contracting and Procurement Manager, overseeing all of the contracting and purchasing (construction, design consultants, other consultants, goods, supplies, and services) for the largest residential landlord in the state.Prior to that he worked for the City of Seattle for more than 21 years, where he administered the Citys construction and consultant contracts as the Citys Contracting Manager.
- Education: He has a bachelors degree in business and public administration and an MBA, both from the University of Puget Sound, and a master of divinity degree from Fuller Theological Seminary.
7. Michael E. Purdy Associates Mike PurdyPrincipal (206) 295-1464 www.mpurdy.com Mike Purdys Public Contracting Blog: http://PublicContracting.blogspot.com