achieve goals of efficiency and cost savings, the A-76
As the largest federal agency, DOD has conducted more A-76
competitions than any other federal agency.
cost comparison study, more commonly referred to as the Performance Work Statement (PWS), was the contract proposal the government issued stating the work they would perform and the cost for performing that work.
that relate to studies initiated under Office of Management and Budget Circular A-76
on or after the end of the ninety-day period beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act.
The training illustrates best practices and lessons learned across the government and provides an educational tool for stakeholders in this phase of A-76
process requires government organizations to look at the services provided, processes in place and associated costs in a businesslike manner.
According to Lippert, the successes in improving DLA during the last few years resulted from better collaboration with customers and suppliers, increasing reliance on automated strategic distribution centers, shifting from manual to automated buying procedures and using the A-76
process for non-inherently governmental positions, among others.
circular previously mentioned was first issued in 1966.
(Revised) on the air--but his straightforward, no-frills approach has resonated with feds.
5, 2003, an $8,244,759 cost-plus-award-fee contract for an OMB A-76
cost comparison study of engineering and information management services.
Lorna DeLay; senior program analyst with the Competitive Sourcing and Privatization Office, Office of the Secretary of Defense (Installations and Environment), began the workshop with a brief history of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-76
MM: The Office of Management and Budget's Circular A-76
establishes the rules for public-private competition for federal contracts.