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  • 1. Contracted by the Government for Official Travel 1-866-DoD-LSP1 (1-866-363-5771) www.lodgingsuccess.com Providing Department of Defense Official Travelers with Quality Commercial Hotel Accommodations
  • 2. Requirements for Success
    • Program thoroughly Coordinated
    • Kick-off Meeting/Site Visit
    • Site POC(s)
      • Local Market Coordination
      • Requirements Analysis
      • Evaluation Panel Support
  • 3. Program Benefits
    • Guaranteed room block
    • Average 20% below per diem
    • Central Reservations Call Center (CRC) – 1-866-DoD-LSP1 (1-866-363-5771)
      • 24x7 (except Federal holidays)
      • CRC Agents familiar with Military and hotel
    • Business Intelligence (reports)
      • Utilization, trends, “right sizing”
    • Contract Management
    • Quality Assurance Oversight
      • Annual on-site visits (at a minimum)
      • Contract renewal review
      • Central repository for customer service issues
    • Ensures compliance with USC 5707a. – FEMA compliant properties
    • Website management
  • 4. Contracting Process
    • Acquisition Plan (AP)
    • Statement of Work (SOW)
    • Request for Proposal (RFP) published for 30 days
    • In-house Review of solicitations by Contracting
    • On-site Evaluation typically 5 days
    • Award
      • Lodging refers all overflow to 1-866-DoD-LSP1
        • No longer issues NA’s
  • 5. DoD LSP
    • Leverage total buying power in order to develop contracted vendor relationships achieving “bulk” discounts
    • Guaranteed room blocks
    • Reduced rates (compared to lodging per diem)
  • 6. History of LSP
    • Aug 1991 - ASA-FM tasked MDW with leveraging total NCR transient population
      • Insufficient government quarters
      • Lodging portion of per diem typically 50% higher than government quarters
    • Oct 1999 – CFSC agreement with AF to use Program
    • Sept 00 – Army Audit Agency
      • Reported significant savings under the program
      • Recommended expansion
    • Aug 02 - Business Initiatives Council (BIC)
      • Army named Executive Agent for Commercial Lodging Management (CLM)
        • LSP expanded to other services
      • Military Training Service Support (MTSS)
        • LSP supports lodging overflow.
      • LSP now has 65 contracts in 21 areas nation wide, with an average savings of 16% below per Diem.
    • Annual savings estimated at $2M
  • 7.
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    • Thank you for your time today.
    Questions ?