2 edition of DOD competitive sourcing found in the catalog.
DOD competitive sourcing
2000 by U.S. General Accounting Office in Washington, D.C. (P.O. Box 37050, Washington, D.C. 20013) .
Written in English
|Statement||United States General Accounting Office.|
|LC Classifications||UG447 .U436 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p. :|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||00325152|
Competitive Sourcing Efforts (October 5, ), available at OMB’s guidance is intended to ensure consistent and clear agency reporting. It provides a. Strategic sourcing is organized since some type of methodology or process is needed; it is collaborative since one essential requirement for any successful strategic sourcing effort is that of getting functional elements other then Procurement involved in the decision making and evaluation pr ocess. A Review of Strategic Sourcing Model. IG: OMB doesn't influence DOD in competitive sourcing. By Matthew Weigelt ; ; The Office of Management and Budget didn’t direct or require the defense secretary or military. Multisourcing is the opposite of "one neck to wring." Large-scale buyers, such as the U.S. Federal government, want to feel assured that there is more than one supplier for an item. The opposite is called sole-source. Intel, a large corporation, was not "enough" for the x86, and so others such as Advanced Micro Devices and Cyrix were needed.
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It provides a high-level overview of the policies and processes, with a goal to streamline and. Commodity Sourcing Strategies: Supply Management in Action. This research report discusses the transformation occurring in the procurement and purchasing function, specifically as it applies to developing procurement strategies and the implementation of commodity strategies as an application of strategic sourcing.
The Competition in Contracting Act (CICA) of generally governs competition in federal procurement contracting. Any procurement contract not entered into through the use of procurement procedures expressly authorized by a particular statute is subject to by: 4.
DOD can leverage the commercial sourcing process (outsourcing and privatization) as a tool to improve quality, reduce resource requirements, and focus management on core tasks. Circular A Process DOD ’s competitive sourcing is guided by OMB ’s Circular A, issued in InOMB supplemented the circular with a handbook that included procedures for.
A letter report issued by the General Accounting Office with an abstract that begins "Pursuant to a legislative requirement, GAO provided information on the Department of Defense's (DOD) A study process, focusing on efforts by DOD to: (1) improve performance work statements, including encouraging the use of standard templates; and (2) implement.
The Department of Defense (DOD) is using competitive sourcing 1 through the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A process as a means of realizing an estimated $6 billion savings in.
() See Memorandum, Deputy Secretary of Defense, to Secretaries of the Military Departments et al., subject: Designation of the Department of Defense Competitive Sourcing Official (12 Sept.
In the DOD, the CSO is the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Installations and Environment). Defense in directed the services to make outsourcing of support activities a priority.
Subsequently, DOD placed emphasis on competitions involving both the public and private sectors, known as competitive sourcing. DOD components identify functions eligible for competitive sourcing studies from a list of commercial activities.
DOD competitive sourcing: effects of A studies on federal employees' employment, pay and benefits vary: report to Congressional requesters Author: United States. The competitive sourcing initiative is a DoD priority to allow us to become more efficient and effective in providing support.
It frees up military personnel and allows us to concentrate on core competencies; more "tooth-to-tail." It also frees up declining dollars to sustain readiness, fund force modernization, and improves quality of life.
The Department of Defense (DoD) Source Selection Procedures, dated 1 Aprilwas established to standardize the methodology and approach the DoD used to conduct competitive negotiated source selections. It outlines a common set of principles and procedures for conducting such acquisitions.
For every personnel dollar DoD spent to obtain a given level of service before competitive sourcing, winning bidders promised to provide the same level of service for only 41 cents to 66 cents. This range of projected personnel cost savings was roughly similar for both private-sector and DoD winners of the A competitive sourcing by: 1.
Component Competitive Sourcing Official (CCSO) as designated by the Department of Defense Competitive Sourcing Official (CSO) (Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Installations and Environment).
The CCSO may delegate the inventory process responsibility outlined in OMB Circular A to another Army-level Secretariat Official. This Instruction implements DoD policy, pursuant to OMB Circular A (References (c)), that a Competitive Sourcing Program be established to manage Competitive Sourcing.
Competitive Sourcing is the public-private competition process of the government’s commercial activities. To achieve the objective of obtaining the best possibleFile Size: KB. Defense Travel Management Office Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Personnel and Readiness) Overview • Pilot launched in June – Integrated the ability to book government (DoD Lodging) and privatized (Public-Private Venture) lodging properties through DTS – Incorporated strategically sourced commercial lodging at.
DoN Strategic Sourcing Program Management Office. The overall objective of the DON Strategic Sourcing is to identify opportunities for making better procurement decisions across the DON by focusing on analysis of how the DON generates spend, how it develops requirements, and how it.
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(10/2/03) “Competitive sourcing” is one of five key elements of the President’s Management Agenda. Under competitive sourcing, executive agencies must study some of the At the Defense Department, a survey of the results of hundreds of File Size: 62KB.
At DOD -- the federal government's largest procurer of products and services -- the Army, Navy, Air Force, and DLA together reported spending almost 6 percent, or $19 billion, through strategic sourcing contracts.
In addition, the Defense Program Acquisition and Strategic Sourcing (PASS) office, which coordinates strategic sourcing efforts. Subject Matter Experts Joe Payne and William R. Dorn, Jr. at Source One have authored a book to give a concise overview of the theory and practice of strategic sourcing book Managing Indirect Spend: Enhancing Profitability through Strategic Sourcing was released on Octoby publisher John Wiley & Sons.
The Department of Defense (DoD) may face challenges as it attempts to maintain its goal of spending about 23 percent of prime-contract dollars for goods and services with small businesses and at the same time apply strategic-sourcing practices to reduce total costs and improve performance and efficiency and in ways that will not conflict with small-business goals.
DUAL SOURCING IN DEFENSE MISSILE PROCUREMENT Problems in defense procurement have received substantial attention recently, both in the academic and popular press. An often repeated recommendation is that the DoD should increase the use of “competition” in defense procurement.
While competition may take many forms (e.g. designFile Size: KB. The Competitive Sourcing Initiative was initiated by the Bush administration in springwhen "the Administration announced its intention to open the commercial activities performed by the government to the dynamics of competition between the public and private sectors.
Soon thereafter, the President's Management Agenda (PMA) designated this effort, known as competitive sourcing, as a. Department of Defense OUTPLACEMENT SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF BRAC AND COMPETITIVE SOURCING TASK GROUP Report FY • Recommendations related to career transition assistance for civilian DoD employees impacted by Base Realignment and Closures (BRAC) and competitive sourcing.
The biggest competitive sourcing headache for DOD continues to be the Office of Management and Budget's A Circular, which calls for federal agencies to open some of their work to competition from vendors, Walker told the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Readiness and Management Support.
The program has stirred up a lot of controversy in Congress, and numerous bills have restricted the use of competitive sourcing and almost stopped the practice. The fiscal National Defense Authorization Act restricted OMB and the defense secretary from influencing DOD agencies regarding competitive sourcing.
The DoDEA IR Branch researches Federal & DoD Pdf regulations, Competitive Sourcing Program. Diversity Mgt., Equal Opportunity. The appearance of hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) of non-U.S. Government sites or the information, products, or services contained therein.Competitive bidding involves the solicitation of multiple bids; in sole-sourcing, agencies by-pass the solicitation of competitive bids and instead designate a single vendor as a "sole-supplier".
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