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Defense Contracting: Army Case Study Delineates Concerns with Use of Contractors as Contract Specialists
John Hutton (au)
In 2007, the DoD paid contractors $158 billion for a range of services, including contract specialists. To better understand the use of contractors in this role, a case study was initiated at the Army Contracting Agency’s Contracting Center of Excellence (CCE). This report determined: (1) the extent to which and why CCE relies on contractor contract specialists; (2) how risks of contractor use are mitigated; (3) how the cost of the contractors compares to that for CCE’s gov’t. employees; and (4) whether the contract vehicles were appropriate. The author reviewed a random sample of contract files to understand the contractors’ duties and responsibilities, compared compensation costs, and reviewed documents from the GSA. Charts and tables.
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