ACQUISITION STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT EXERCISE.pptx - CON 280 Source Selection and the Administration of Service Contracts ACQUIS IT ION ST RAT EGY D

ACQUISITION STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT EXERCISE.pptx - CON 280...

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CON 280: Source Selection and the Administration of Service Contracts ACQUISITION STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT EXERCISE GROUP RESULTS GROUP # : __ __ __ 1
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Template Overview / Notes This template is intended for use in documenting and briefing the key acquisition strategy decisions made by student groups during the CON 280 Acquisition Strategy Development Exercise. Required sections of an Acquisition Plan (per FAR 7.105) have been excluded from this template due to time and teaching constraints. Student groups should focus their exercise time in addressing the key topic areas of this template to ensure the teaching objectives are met. Groups may modify the template formats as needed to effectively convey their developed acquisition strategy to the instructor. 2
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CON 280 Acquisition Plan Extracts for “Omnibus” Infrastructure Operations Support Services (IOSS) Contract Joint Base Powell Group #: __1______ 3
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Acquisition Background & Objectives Applicable Conditions Trade-offs Risks Acquisition Streamlining Plan of Action Sources Competition Contract Type Selection Selection Method Acquisition Considerations Pricing Cost Elements Rationale 4 Outline
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Applicable Conditions Cost Constraints 10-15% O&M funding reduction is likely over the next 3-4 years Reduce our operating costs over next five years Schedule Constraints Potential gap in service Awarding the contract on time to avoid delays or exercising option years unnecessarily Performance Constraints Increase efficiencies and reduce manpower Transition Plan Operate the base at a lower cost 5
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Trade-Offs Considering the cost, schedule, and performance goals of IOSS, the contractors ability and capability to fully support the needs of the mission by maintaining quality service levels and consistent performance levels are significantly more important than the cost - There are some services of the IOSS contract that are more critical to Joint Base Powell’s mission than others - If cost or schedule trade-offs are necessary, then priority services; Engineering and Security Services are precedent over the other services
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