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Defense Contracting: Early Attention in the Acquisition Process Needed to Enhance Competiton
William T. Woods (au)
Competition is the cornerstone of a sound acquisition process. In FY 2013, the Dept. of Defense (DOD) obligated over $300 billion through contracts and orders, of which 57% was competed. DOD also obligates billions of dollars annually on contracts that are awarded using competitive procedures, but for which the government received only one offer. DOD implemented the Better Buying Power initiative in 2010, in part to increase competition. This report examined (1) the trends in DOD's use of competitive awards; (2) the extent to which justifications for exceptions to competitive procedures were adequate and reasons for exceptions; (3) how DOD's strategies aimed at promoting long-term competition are changing behavior; and (4) whether DOD's requirements address reasons only one offer was received for competitive solicitations. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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