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An analysis of the effects of multiyear procurement on competition at the subcontractor level

Anthony M. Dovie

An analysis of the effects of multiyear procurement on competition at the subcontractor level

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An analysis of the effects of multiyear procurement on competition at the subcontractor level by Anthony M. Dovie Download PDF EPUB FB2

An Analysis Of The Effects Of Multiyear Procurement On Competition At The Subcontractor Level by Anthony M. Dovie Lieutenant Commander, United States Navy B.S., Rider College, Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MANAGEMENT from the NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL.

Approved for public release; distribution is unlimitedThis thesis was directed at identifying the effects of multiyear procurement (MYP) on the subcontractor competitive environment. Two separate questionnaires were utilized to elicit operational procedures and subjective opinions from a sample of U.S.

Navy prime contractors and their vendors associated with the multiyear : Anthony M. Dovie. Reduction of Costs a) Long term production b) Contractor investment in labor saving equipment c) Increased competition at the subcontractor level d) Procurement of material in economic lots e) Enhanced standardization f) Stabilization of contractor work force g) Administrative cost reductions 2.

The procurement related factors identified in this paper are related to aspects during the whole buying process: design stage, bid invitation, bid evaluation, subcontractor selection, compensation forms, and performance Size: 87KB. The subcontracting procurement process is one of the most important issues impacting the costs of engineering projects and construction projects, in particular.

An analysis of the effects of multiyear procurement on competition at the subcontractor level book Traditional procedures of subcontracting procurement tend to limit the opportunities for price negotiation and cooperative relationships between contractors and neglect potential issues Cited by: 9.

Due to the insistence of the main contractor to reduce prices, subcontractors and/or suppliers tend to suspect even the appropriate improvement plans proposed by the main contractors [44, 45].

Due to the ambiguity in the poor cooperation agreement. Only purchase orders and subcontracts can be used as a basis for price analysis. The price analysis of the previous procurement must be re- stated in the current price analysis.

The best way to satisfy the validation requirement is to include a copy of the previous price analysis in the An analysis of the effects of multiyear procurement on competition at the subcontractor level book procurement Size: KB. The analysis and grouping of the words resulted into eight main variables, which are presented in Table1.

The variables are: (1) Trust (2) Price (3) Early Involvement (4) Communication (5) Project Management (of subcontract work) by the MC (6) Transparency (7) Quality (8) IT. problems might be caused by insufficient time for execution, complicated procedures or poor information channels.

It is, therefore, important for construction companies to control the subcontractor and suppliers selection operation and make sure this is conducted in a fair and objective Size: 99KB. The complexity and circumstances of each acquisition should determine the level of the detail of the analysis required.

Price analysis should be used when detailed cost and price based on the type of procurement (competition, commercial item, sole source, consider the guidance in SectionChapter 3, Volume 1, of the Contract Pricing.

For the creative procurement professional, there all sorts of ways to get around competition. While I think that an agency should document the file to explain why it is directing offerors to hire a specific subcontractor, and that the explanation must be reasonable, I do not agree that the agency is required to prepare a J&A as prescribed by FAR   (2) The contracting officer may require the contractor or subcontractor to An analysis of the effects of multiyear procurement on competition at the subcontractor level book to the Government (or cause submission of) subcontractor cost or pricing data below the thresholds in paragraph (c)(1) of this subsection that the contracting officer considers necessary for adequately pricing the prime contract.".

Proposal analysis. Proposal analysis techniques. (a) General. (i) Follow the procedures at PGI (DFARS/PGI view) for proposal analysis.

(ii) For spare parts or support equipment, perform an analysis of — (A) Those line items where the proposed price exceeds by 25 percent or more the lowest price the Government has paid within the most recent month period.

Use when: Determining the probable cost of performance for each offeror on a cost reimbursement type contract. Cost realism analysis may be used on competitive fixed- price incentive contracts or, in exceptional cases, on other competitive fixed-price contracts when (i) new requirements may not be fully understood by competing offerors.

Subpart - Unique Procurement Instrument Identifiers: Subpart - Service Contracts Inventory: Subpart - Commercial and Government Entity Code: Subpart - Basic Safeguarding of Covered Contractor Information Systems: Subpart Prohibition on Contracting for Hardware, Software, and Services Developed or Provided by Kaspersky Lab.

analysis be focused on a comparison of the candidates with the criteria for multiyear procurement established in Public Lawwith particular emphasis on the benefit to the government and design stability. We were also asked to address the effect of multiyear. If or 13 are flowed into the prime contract, subcontracts are subject to TINA EVEN IF THE PRIME CONTRACTOR WAS NOT REQUIRED TO CERTIFY COST AND PRICING DATA.

and apply an independent duty of subcontractor compliance with TINA that does not provide an exception via an approved absence of prime contractor compliance.

achieving procurement savings. Analysis of savings attributable directly to annual competition has shown mixed results, however. The level of multiyear has begun to decrease duringhowever, and will fall to multiyear procurement, the Congress could establish a goal for multiyear.

The procurement method (direct negotiation, restricted competition). For all procurements the list of potential tenderers and their nationality together with ny affiliation to the Prime or to the Contractor issuing a the procurement.

The indicative budget or target. The planned issue date and closing Size: KB. (2) A multiyear contract for advance procurement of components, parts, and materials necessary to the manufacture of a weapon system, including a multiyear contract for such advance procurement that is entered into in order to achieve economic-lot purchases and more efficient production rates.

effect on the defense industrial base. More specifically, we reviewed the effect of multiyear contracting on (1) encouraging prime contractors and subcontractors to invest in manufacturing equipment and (2) the com- petitive environment at the subcontractor level.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Get this from a library. Procurement: Multiyear Contracting and Its Impact on Investment Decisions.

[GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE WASHINGTON DC NATIONAL SECURITY AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS DIV.;] -- As requested, we have reviewed the Department of Defense's (DOD) multiyear contracting method of acquiring weapon systems to determine its effect on the defense industrial base.

Comparison with competitive published price lists, published market prices, market research 4. Comparison of proposed price with independent government estimate 5.

Parametric estimating methods ($ per pound, or per horsepower) 6. Analysis or pricing information provided by the offeror 7. Evaluate price at whatever level you have requested. GAO explained that the Competition in Contracting Act ordinarily requires “the use of competitive procedures” to award government work.

However, “[o]nce a contract is awarded [it] will generally not review modifications to the contract because such matters are related to contract administration and are beyond the scope of [its] bid.

Keywords: critical review; procurement method; research in construction 1. Introduction It is axiomatic of construction management that a project may be regarded as successful if the building is completed as scheduled, within budget and quality standards as well as achieving a high level of client by: Subcontracting and competitive bidding on incomplete procurement contracts Daniel P.

Miller* This article examines the impact of incomplete contracts on subcontracting and the design of procurement auctions. I estimate the effect of ex post contract revisions on unit costs for both.

Procurement rules exist in most countries and for all international financing agencies and these must be followed. These rules should encourage true and open competition in tendering and contract award, open meetings and equitable and fair distribution of information, effective monitoring and auditing of all processes and implementation Size: 1MB.

~ tor and subcontractor operations associated with multiyear pro- curement (provided the procurement is substantial) can create a level of business certainty more conducive to enhancement of the industrial base than annual procurements which are more likely to fluctuate.

The Owners' Perspective Introduction. Like the five blind men encountering different parts of an elephant, each of the numerous participants in the process of planning, designing, financing, constructing and operating physical facilities has a different perspective on project management for construction.

Analysis. of Multiyear Procurement Candidates 1 Included in DOD’s Fiscal Year Budget Request On Septemthe Chairman of the Subcommittee on Defense, Senate Committee on Appropriations, requested us to analyze multiyear procurement candidates in the DOD fiscal year budget request. DOD. in Commercial Contracts Management.

Simple, practical, and useful information about commercial contractual risk issues that you can use as you engage in commercial contractual risk review activities. By john E. Miller. We have a tendency to worry about risks.

It’s only natural. For example: There is a story about a monastery in Europe perched. (4) If for any fiscal year a multiyear contract to be entered into under this section is authorized by law for a particular procurement program and that authorization is subject to certain conditions established by law (including a condition as to cost savings to be achieved under the multiyear contract in comparison to specified other contracts) and if it appears (after negotiations with.

Part 17 - Special Contracting Methods Scope of part. a) Multi-year contracting is a special contracting method to acquire known requirements in quantities and total cost not over planned requirements for up to 5 years unless otherwise authorized by statute, even though the total funds ultimately to be obligated may not be available at the time of contract award.

This method may be. PRICE AND COST ANALYSIS--AN EXPLANATION Some form of price or cost analysis should be performed in connection with every procurement action, regardless of whether the organization is a vendor or a subrecipient.

The form and degree of analysis, however, are dependent on the particular subcontract or purchase, and the pricing Size: KB. offers in the future, a more careful analysis suggests that this need not be the case, as learning effects may make subsequent procurement less competitive and more costly.

Lewis and Yildirim () were among the first to study this experience-competition trade-off in a repeated procurement setting with price competition, where the firm.

Supply Chain Analysis into the UK construction sector by EC Harris. I am grateful to the researchers and analysts who contributed to this work and for the insights they have provided which support policy development in this key Size: KB.

greater use of procurement intelligence and sourcing solutions to improve the outcomes of contracting activity; the benchmarking of procurement data, to enable NHS providers to compare prices with their peers and to increase competition amongst the supplier base.

NHS providers should consider extending the use of their eProcurement systems toFile Size: 2MB. A comparative analysis of procurement methods used on competitively tendered office projects in the UK Anywhere Muriro School of the Built Environment, The University of Salford Maxwell Building Salford, Greater Manchester M5 4WT @ Gerard Wood School of the Built Environment, The University of SalfordFile Size: KB.

Search Total Topics to Date: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A – 10 U.S.C. – Policy Regarding Continue Reading→. Selected pdf from the Construction Research Congressheld in New Orleans, Louisiana, April 2–4, Sponsored by the Construction Research Council and the Construction Institute of ASCE.

This collection contains 73 peer-reviewed papers on construction project management. A analysis by The New York Times and S&P Global Market Intelligence reveals that Amazon paid taxes at an average rate of 13% from to .Ch 3 ebook Negotiation Preparation (e.g., current competition, market alternatives, possible performance problems, and effect of the eventually effect cost and price objectives, because the "total package" under consideration will in part determine what price is fair and reasonable.