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    1."The processes that make up the Project Communications Management knowledge area are as follows: Communications Planning, Information Distribution, Performance Reporting, and Administrative Closure"

    Could anyone tell me the meaning of "Administrative Closure"? Thank you .


    2.The processes in the Project Procurement Management knowledge area are as follows: Procurement Planning, Solicitation Planning, Solicitation, Source Selection, Contract Administration, and Contract Closeout.

    I know "Procurement" means purchasing product or service. But I would be much grateful if you could tell me the meaning of "Solicitation Planning", "Solicitation" and "Contract Closeout".

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    "Administrative closure is another term for closure. Closure is the act of completing a project or a phase of a project."

    http://www.argospress.com/Resources/...dminiclosu.htm

    Here's a glossary which will be useful for you:
    http://www.englertandassociates.com/glossary/

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