FIDIC Collaborative Contracting Survey
FIDIC run survey as they consider introducing a Collaborative form of contract into their suit of contracts.
Task Group 17 (TG 17 – click here to read more about TG 17) of the FIDIC contracts committee is working on a collaborative form of contract(s) to add to the FIDIC suite by 2023. Through the survey below (closing date 18 March 2022), TG 17 wants to test, verify and challenge specific elements of the set-up of the model it is preparing by considering feedback from users of standard contract forms regarding local and jurisdictional matters (especially those not represented in TG 17) while gathering insights from experiences of users of collaborative forms of contract as well as identifying the needs, preferences and blockers to use.
Collaborative forms of contract are categorized by users as relational contracts, which promote aligned purpose, continuous dialogue, good faith and cooperative attitudes, early warnings, risk and opportunity sharing within and early involvement of the supply chain and collaborative contracting targets.
TG 17 invites you to answer the questions in the attached survey and where possible, please elaborate your experiences and the needs, expectations and blockers where there is a free text option.
The link is: FIDIC | Collaborative Contracting – Survey | International Federation of Consulting Engineers should anyone want to complete it.