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Performance-based contracting in the Air Force

John A. Ausink

Performance-based contracting in the Air Force

a report on experiences in the field

by John A. Ausink

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Published by Rand in Santa Monica, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • United States. Air Force -- Procurement.,
    • Defense contracts -- United States.,
    • Contracting out -- United States.,
    • Performance contracts -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJohn Ausink, Frank Camm, Charles Cannon.
      SeriesDocumented briefing / Rand Corporation ;, DB-342-AF, Documented briefing (Rand Corporation) ;, DB-342-AF.
      ContributionsCamm, Frank A., 1949-, Cannon, Charles., Project Air Force (U.S.), United States. Air Force.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsUG1123 .A87 2001
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 59 p. ;
      Number of Pages59
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3640683M
      ISBN 100833030493
      LC Control Number2002449059
      OCLC/WorldCa48452452

      The Department of the Air Force FY budget builds toward the future Air and Space Forces We Need to win against any adversary, across all domains. It is designed to meet both today’s and tomorrow’s challenges by supporting military readiness and investing in leading-edge innovation for the future fight. For performance-based contracting to truly be successful, it’s important to have different members and departments from your company involved in the compressed air project. This could include, for instance, people from IT, engineering, procurement, energy management, maintenance, and/or operations.

      The SE/ portfolio incorporated Performance Based Contract Management (PBCM) principles in all new Task Orders starting in July PBCM is an accepted contracting approach emphasizing outcomes, products and expected quality . (OMB) has been encouraging greater use of performance-based contracting—setting a general goal of making performance-based contracts 20 percent of all eligible service contracting dollars.1 In , agencies reported using performance-based contracting methods on about $ billion, or 21 percent of the $ billion total obligations incurredFile Size: KB.

      This book, Performance Based Contracting, is an invaluable guide in understanding this process and helping government put in place more effective, efficient acquisitions and industry to secure major federal contracts. The book shows you how to write a successful performance-based statement of work with lots of case studies and : Don Philpott, Steve McKinzie. Part 37 - Service Contracting: Subpart - Service Contracts-General: Subpart - Advisory and Assistance Services: Subpart - Dismantling, Demolition, or Removal of Improvements: Subpart - Nonpersonal Health Care Services: Subpart - Management Oversight of Service Contracts: Subpart - Performance-Based Acquisition.


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In its performance-based services acquisition (PBSA) activities, the Air Force focuses on telling a provider what the Air Force needs rather than how the provider should meet that need.

The Office of the Secretary of Defense has set an aggressive policy that seeks to implement such services acquisition on a broad by: 6. 1AFIPerformance-Based Service Contracts (PBSC), April 1, This instruction prescribes how the Air Force will implement performance-based services contracting and quality assurance in accordance with Federal Acquisition Size: KB.

This book, Performance Based Contracting, is an invaluable guide in understanding this process and helping government put in place more effective, efficient acquisitions and industry to secure major federal contracts.

The book shows you how to write a successful performance-based statement of work with lots of case studies and examples. contracting offices generally expressed the most satisfaction with the outcome of the approach.

1AFIPerformance-Based Service Contracts (PBSC), April 1, This instruction prescribes how the Air Force will implement performance-based services contracting and quality assurance in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulations.

Get this from a library. Performance-based contracting in the Air Force: a report on experiences in the field. [John A Ausink; Frank A Camm; Charles Cannon; Project Air Force (U.S.)] -- "98 recent years, the Office of the Secretary of Defense has initiated, and the Air Force has aggressively implemented, a policy aimed at the widespread adoption of performance-based.

To the maximum extent practicable, agencies shall use performance-based methods for acquiring services. Fixed-price, performance-based commercial service acquisitions are complementary strategies that encourage commercial contractors to conduct business with DoD.

Utilize a multi-functional acquisition team to the maximum extent practicable. Performance based contracting (PBC), also known as performance-based logistics (PBL) or performance-based acquisition, is a product support strategy used to achieve measurable supplier performance.A PBC approach focuses on developing strategic performance metrics and directly relating contracting payment to performance against these metrics.

Common metrics include. The DOE Performance Based Service Contracting (PBSC) toolkit is intended to provide a multi-dimensional tool for procurement professionals to utilize in the implementation of PBSC.

The toolkit provides access to applicable policies, guidance documents, examples of required PBSC elements, and training opportunities.

According to the letter "It is the policy of the federal government that (1) agencies use performance-based contracting methods to the maximum extent practicable when acquiring services and (2. Firstly, sorry for being offline recently.

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BibTeX @INPROCEEDINGS{Ausink01performance-basedcontracting, author = {John Ausink and Frank Camm and Charles Cannon and John Ausink and Frank Camm and Charles Cannon}, title = {Performance-Based Contracting in the Air Force: A Report on}, booktitle = {Experiences in the Field, Santa Monica, Calif.: RAND Corporation, DBAF}, year = {}}.

Get this from a library. Performance-based contracting in the Air Force: a report on experiences in the field. [John A Ausink; Frank A Camm; Charles Cannon; United States. Air Force.; Project Air Force (U.S.); Rand Corporation.] -- Describes successful implementations of performance-based services acquisition activities at Air Force bases.

The purpose of performance based contracting is to obtain overall better value, better performance, lower costs, or both. Performance based contracting requires output/outcome-based specifications and procedures that require the contractor to devise the most innovative, efficient, and effective way to perform the work.

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Examples of Performance Based Contracts in Child Welfare Services 1 Chapter I – Overview of Findings 1. Background Performance based contracting has been in use for many years. As early assome federally funded programs -- most notably, those funded by the Job TrainingFile Size: KB.

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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.

acquisitions, measured in dollars and contracts, should be performance-based by Air Force interest in performance-based service contracts preceded Dr. Gansler’s memorandum.

On April 1,the Air Force issued Air Force Instruction (AFI)Performance-Based Service Contracts (PBSC), which contains guidance on implementing Cited by: 8.

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Performance Based Contracting (Arrangements) As outlined in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart – Performance Based Contracting (PBC). PBC is a contracting method intended to ensure required performance quality levels are achieved, and total payment is related to, the degree to which performance meets contract standards.

In an earlier part (Availability Part 1) we described availability as one of the highest priorities of system or service performance in a Performance Based Contract (PBC). We defined is as: “Availability – providing users with material / services that are in a known state and ready to meet operational preparedness requirements.” We then described availability.Performance Based Payments - Guide Book & Analysis Tool (DOD PBP Tool Version ) Guide Book.

Although Performance Based Payments (PBPs) have been authorized for use as a type of customary contract financing sincemany contracting and acquisition professionals are not familiar with the steps necessary to create an effective PBP arrangement.

it says to "as this is a performance based acquisition, the contractor is required to propose a performance based payment schedule based upon tasks completed, submission of approved deliverables and task order milestones achieved within each period.".