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Department of Energy: Contract Reform Is Progressing, but Full Implementation Will Take Year
Department of Energy: Contract Reform Is Progressing, but Full Implementation Will Take Year
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 1996
Pages: 80
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0788143212

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Jeffrey E. Heil, Robert M. Antonio, & Gene M.Barnes. As the largest civilian contracting agency in the Fed. gov’t., the Dept. of Energy (DoE) obligated $17.5 billion, or about 91% of its FY1995 obligations to contracts. DoE’s contracting practices were framed during WWII & date from that era, & its operating contracts have remained much the same. This report assesses certain aspects of DoE’s contract reform initiative. It describes the overall status of individual reform initiatives & contains recommendations designed to better link the DoE’s goals to contract goals & to improve the pricing of contracts & the setting of incentives in mgmt. & operating contracts. Charts & tables.

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