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    • CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTING Presenter Name John Moore Chief Contracting Division Savannah District 20 May 2010
      • AGENDA
      • ACQUISITION PROCESS
        • ACQUISITION PLANNING
        • ACQUISITION DECISIONS
      • BEST VALUE
        • BEST VALUE CONTINUUM
        • TRADE OFFS
        • SOURCE SELECTION CRITERIA
        • SOURCE SELECTION DECISION
      • SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS
      • IDIQ CONTRACTS
        • MATOC COMPETITION PROCESS
        • BENEFIT OF MATOCS/SATOCS
    • RFP Process
    • Considerations in Acquisition Planning
      • Project Size and Budget
      • Scope Complexity
      • Urgency
      • Customer/Politics
      • Funding Stream
      • Market Conditions
      • Socio-Economic Programs
      • Availability of Current Contract Vehicles
      • In-House Staff Capacity/Capability
    • Acquisition Decisions
      • In-House vs. Contract
      • Solicitation – IFB or RFP
      • Contract Type – Fixed Price or Cost
      • Small Business or Unrestricted
      • Design-Bid-Build or Design-Build
      • Existing Contract or New Acquisition
      • Sole Source or Competitive
      • Acquisition Planning is Risk Management !
    • The Best Value Continuum CONTRACTOR Least Control Assumes Greatest Risk/ Control Assumes Greatest Risk/Control Invitation for Bid – Sealed Bid Low Price Technically Acceptable Price-Performance Trade-off One Step Design-Build Two Step Design-Build GOVERNMENT
    • THE BEST VALUE CONTINUUM
      • INVITATION FOR BID
      • PROs:
      • Relatively fast acquisition phase
      • Less Resources needed during acquisition
      • CONs:
      • Government assumes most risks
      • No quality control over Contractor selection
      • No negotiations!
      • Long lead time for design
    • Request for Proposal
      • PROs:
      • Contractor selection based on pre-established evaluation criteria
      • Performance evaluated with price
      • Ability to negotiate
      • CONs:
      • More resource intensive
      • Acquisition Time is Longer
      THE BEST VALUE CONTINUUM
    • BEST VALUE TRADE-OFFS
      • PROJECT REQUIREMENTS
      • SIZE
      • COMPLEXITY
      • FUNDING STREAM
      • RESTRICTIONS
      • COST
      • SCHEDULE
      • QUALITY
      • SCOPE
      • PAST
      • PERFORMANCE
      RISK
    • SOURCE SELECTION CRITERIA
      • True discriminators have the following characteristics:
      • A reasonable expectation of variance among offerors
      • An assessable variance (quantitative or qualitative measurement )
      • The requirement(s) warrant a comparative evaluation
      • of that Factor ( worthy of a Price/Cost Premium )
      Do Criteria Focus on Issues of Substance? Is there time to evaluate the selected criteria? ID of skilled evaluators to assess the criteria?
      • THE SOURCE SELECTION DECISION
      • Represents the Source Selection Authority’s rational and independent judgment;
      • Is based on a comparative analysis of the proposals;
      • Must be consistent with solicitation evaluation factors and subfactors.
      • Must Reflect Why Discriminators among Offerors (e.g. Lower Risk, Better Past Performance, Strengths and Weaknesses) are:
        • Worth of any Price Premium, or
        • Not Worth of a Price Premium
    • Socio-economic Considerations : Unrestricted Small Business 8(a ) SDVOSB HubZone
    • SOCIO-ECONOMIC TARGETS Small Businesses 32.0% Small Disadvantaged Businesses 18.0% Women-Owned Small Businesses 5.8% HUBZone Small Businesses 10.0% Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Bus. 3.0% HBCU/MI 13.0%
    • IDIQ Contracts
      • Single Award (SATOC)
      • One contractor
      • (no competition for task orders)
      • Examples
        • 8(a) < $3 Million
        • A-E
        • O&M Construction
      • Multiple Award (MATOC)
      • Multiple contractors
      • (compete for task orders)
      • Examples
        • GSA
        • COS
        • etc
    • MATOC COMPETITION PROCESS • RFP Letter & SOW • Evaluation Criteria Identified in RFP Letter • Technical Board for Design Build T.O.s • Importance of Price vs Technical • Source Selection Decision
    • THE BENEFIT OF MATOCS/SATOCS • Time Advantage - No 30 day Synopsis • Ability to manage workload/manpower • Limited Number of Offerors • Less Cost to Issue/Award a T.O. • Can Involve Contractors During Design Development • More Balanced use of MATOCs and Stand Alone Contracts as Workload Draws Down
    • Questions?