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An analysis of contracting alternatives for base operations support (BOS) functions
Priscilla A. Vanderpool
Written in English
|Contributions||Boger, Dan C.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||73|
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International Standard Book Number: Printed in the United States of America on acid-free paper The views, opinions, and/or findings contained in this book are those of The MITRE Corporation and should not be construed as an official government position, policy, or decision, unless designated by other documentation. Recommendation: To provide for improved oversight of operational contract support, DOD should enhance the current strategy for providing contract management and oversight in Afghanistan and other areas of ically, the Secretary of Defense should direct the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Secretaries of the military departments to fully .
and reference sections of the contract (e.g. conditions, instructions, contract clauses, etc.) that support these functions. In each critical process, explain how the team members are integrated to effectively address and resolve contract management issues. Successfully integrating team. 1. DEFINITION: (a) Method of contracting where the Government defines the results it is seeking, rather than the process by which those results are attained. Also included are the standards against which contractor performance will be measured, and positive and/or negative incentives.
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An analysis of contracting alternatives for base operations support (BOS) functions. An analysis of contracting alternatives for base operations support (BOS) functions.
by Vanderpool, Priscilla A.;Boger, Dan C. some content may be lost due to the binding of the book. Addeddate Call number ocnPages: BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT The FY budget request for BOS of the active Army increases by $ million above the FY funding level.
This net increase includes a foreign currency rate increase of $ million, a File Size: 86KB. BOS contract- A BOS (Base Operation and Support) contract is primarily for services, but may include minor construction items up that are usually attributed to maintenance and/or repair, i.e.
roof replacements, HVAC renovations, and general renovations. A BOS contract typically includes both fixed items (custodial, trash, grounds maintenance. BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT MARINE CORPS FY FY FY FY Actual Change Estimate Change Estimate Change Estimate Active Funding + 1, 1, + 1, Installations CONUS 19 -- 19 -- 19 -- 19 Overseas 3 -- 3 Personnel Military (End-Strength) 11, 11, 11, File Size: 80KB.
An Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) is an analytical comparison of the operational effectiveness, suitability, and life-cycle cost of alternatives materiel solution that satisfy an established capability need identified in an Initial Capabilities Document (ICD).
Table of Contents iv JP • Revises contractor (personnel) management in general, to include contractor accountability, combating trafficking in persons, medical support, and evacuation and redeployment.
• Updates content to accurately (or comprehensively) reflect the role of joint OCS-related boards (e.g., joint requirements review board, combatant. (9) Provide contract support planning and/or assumption data for use in total Army analysis (TAA). (10) Assist the DCS, G–3/5/7 with force structure risk assessment and programming alternatives.
(11) Coordinate validation visits for LOGCAP or other authorized contractor-operated. base by using performance requirements maximizes opportunities for competitive alternatives in lieu of government-directed solutions.
Since PBSA allows for greater innovation, it has the potential to attract a broader industry base. Encourage and promote the use of commercial services: The vast majority of. 4 Doctrinal definition: operational contract support –the process of planning for and obtaining supplies, services, and construction from commercial sources in support of joint operations along with the associated contractor management functions.
JP ; see also JP The conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, along with smaller operations, took a little known and often overlooked Army support function and placed tremendous responsibility on its shoulders. stateside and overseas installations.
O&M resources support essential combat enablers such as: intelligence, weather, air traffic control, search and rescue, reconstitution, airfield, runway and base facility maintenance, and improvements to the working and living conditions for Air Force personnel.
The FY budget supports. BASE CAMP DEFINITION “A base camp is an evolving military facility that supports the military operations of a deployed unit and provides the necessary support and services for sustained operations.
Base camps consist of intermediate staging bases and forward operations bases and support the tenants and equipment. While base camps. What is Operational Contract Support.
Operational contract support is the term used in DOD doctrine to describe the use of contractors to support military operations. 9 Operational contract support is the process of planning for and obtaining goods and services from, and.
• • • Department of Defense. providing contractor support, ensures contract solutions achieve the intended operational outcomes. Contingency contracting.
Operationally and tactically, contingency forces require contracting capabilities that deliver integrated contracted support—among system, external, and theater support contracting.
Analysis Guidebook for Fleet & Indus-trial Supply Center Partnerships, dated Marchcost analysis, cost-benefit analysis, and functional economic analysis are the most pop-ular categories of financial analyses used to assess business areas within DOD.
The major differences between these three categories are found in. - Multi-Domain Operations Catalog PDF | Published 18 Sep The Multi-Domain Operations Catalog provides links to useful products with insights and perspectives related to the emerging concept of multi-domain operations (MDO).
This catalog is not all encompassing, but rather serves as a primer and vehicle to promote analytical discourse. Pursuant to a legislative requirement, GAO reviewed the Department of Defense's (DOD) use of single contracts for multiple base operations support functions, focusing on: (1) the history and characteristics of selected single contracts for multiple base operations support services; (2) the kinds of services procured under these contracts; (3) lessons DOD has learned from the use of these.
operational support. Without contractor support, the United States would be currently unable to costs and benefits of different military operations—including contingency operations and maintaining bases around the world.
Acquisitions: Background, Analysis, and Questions for Congress, by Moshe Schwartz. How Much DOD Spends on Contract. Logistic Support Analysis (LSA) process as it pertains to MIL-STD, Logistic Support Analysis and MIL-STD, DOD Requirements for a Logistic Support Analysis Record and their associated interfacing standards and documents.
This handbook is to be used in concurrent with MIL-STD and MIL-STD A sensible starting point for a discussion of when the military should contract with outside entities to support military operations is to evaluate the risks and benefits of each decision.
A recent Department of Defense report to Congress indicates t contractors support military operations in the U.S. Central Command area of .Later analysis is used to identify the best value alternative product support solution vs.
the current product support solution and to determine whether a change in product support strategy is beneficial. It is characterized by mature cost, performance, and supportability data and readily available, in-place product support infrastructure(s).Synonyms for analysis at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions.
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