|Other titles||Outsourcing of Department of Defense commercial activities|
|Statement||Albert A. Robbert, Susan M. Gates, Marc N. Elliott.|
|Contributions||Gates, Susan M., 1968-, Elliott, Marc N., 1966-, National Defense Research Institute (U.S.), United States. Dept. of Defense. Office of the Secretary of Defense.|
|LC Classifications||UB193 .R63 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||97027520|
Commercial Activity - A function, either contracted or Government operated/managed, that provides a product or service obtainable from a private commercial source. Commercial activities are in contract to “inherently governmental” activities. 5. Competitive Sourcing – The process of . This research brief describes work done for the National Defense Research Institute; it is documented in Outsourcing of DoD Commercial Activities: Impacts on Civil Service Employees, by Al Robbert, Susan Gates, and Marc Elliott, MROSD, , pp., ISBN: X. Abstracts of all RAND documents may be viewed on the World Wide Web. Outsourcing of commercial activities in the Department of Defense (DoD) occurs within a well-defined legal and policy framework. This framework creates a predisposition toward outsourcing but also imposes an evolving set of exclusions and restrictions. Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed whether the Department of Defense's (DOD) outsourcing of commercial activities reduces the availability of rotational billets for active duty military personnel, focusing on: (1) how the Navy's current outsourcing efforts have affected rotational billets; and (2) whether the Navy has policies and procedures in place to minimize the impact of.
The Department of Defense (DOD) has annually compiled an inventory of commercial functions and activities1 performed in-house, in compliance with Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A These inventories are important as DOD has sought in recent years to identify commercial activities involving thousands of positions that could be. According to ADS’s corporate website, “Aeronautics has been outsourcing its visual intelligence services for field security to the IDF since ” These examples show the potential of cheaper contracted service alternatives to replace or supplement (during peak demand) expensive military platforms, operational capabilities, and force. Outsourcing of DoD commercial activities: impacts on civil service employees / Outsourcing of Department of Defense commercial activities Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available "National Defense Research Institute." "Prepared for the Office of the Secretary of Defense.". Outsourcing of Dod Commercial Activities: Impacts on Civil Service Employees: ISBN () Hardcover, Rand Corp, Pacer Share Productivity and Personnel Management Demonstration: Third Year Evaluation.
Commercial Item Pricing Guidebook Part B. The new Department of Defense Guidebook for Acquiring Commercial Items rescinds the guidebook issued in November This guide is written for anyone seeking additional understanding on Commercial Items - the definition, the determination, and how to price them. Bibliography. Air Force Logistics Management Agency. Outsourcing Guide for Contracting. Project Number LC Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama: Air Force Logistics Management Agency. American Society of Civil Engineers. Quality in the Constructed Project: A Guide for Owners, Designers and Constructors. with its citizens. To this end, essentially all DoD "commercial activities" should be outsourced, and all new needs should be channeled to the private sector from the beginning.' Today, the Department of Defense (DoD) is facing unprecedented change, with initiatives underway to improve performance, quality, and efficiency of DoD Size: 1MB. Department of Defense and some services preclude some activities from outsourcing because of military requirements. Finally, the potential DOD’s commercial activities inventory.