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From The Acquisition Corner Under guidance from the Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP), expected later this summer, agencies will need to develop a business case before launching a multi-agency contract (MAC). According to the preliminary guidance, the business cases will require agencies to address the government’s ability to leverage its buying power with theRead… Read more »
From The Acquisition Corner The insourcing debate seems to have heated up this month, as competing forces are all at play and all are trying to be satisfied. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) continues to provide guidance on inherently governmental functions, public comments continue on the proposed rules, and groups to help smallRead… Read more »
Check Sharma, Raj (2009): The Move To “Insourcing” …Proceed with Caution, Washington, D.C., Federal Acquisition Innovation and Reform (FAIR) Institute, June, http://www.thefairinstitute.org/downloads/The%20Move%20to%20Insourcing_June%202009.pdf
Currently, about 40% of all government contractors’ work is in providing services. Many in the government have complained over the years that contractors get mission-critical jobs that should be inherently government employee work. With the new administration, the movement is to get those positions out of the contractors’ hands, back to the federal government. IRead… Read more »