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Defense Contracting: Factors DOD Considers When Choosing Best Value Processes Are Consistent with Guidance for Selected Acquisitions
Timothy J. DiNapoli (au)
The Department of Defense (DOD) obligated about $310 billion in FY 2013 for products and services needed to support its mission. To competitively acquire what is needed, DOD may use best value processes -- including tradeoff and lowest price technically acceptable (LPTA) -- to evaluate vendors' proposals. When using the tradeoff process, DOD weighs the relative importance of price against non-cost factors. By contrast, DOD may use the LPTA process and award the contract based on lowest price once technical requirements are met. This report identified, among other things, (1) the extent to which DOD used best value processes in FY 2013; (2) the factors DOD considers when choosing a source selection process; and (3) training DOD provides to its acquisition personnel on source selection processes. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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