Requirement analysis: evaluating the degree of heterogeneity for ddDetermining an appropriate basis for contract award
Rendon, Rene G.
Engelbeck, Marshall R.
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The Ministry of National Defense, MND, of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Government commonly utilizes the Lowest Tender and the Most Advantageous Tender approach in contract award procedures. Depending on the degree of heterogeneity of the requirement, either the Lowest Tender or the Most Advantageous Tender approach could be used. However, there is no procedure to determine how to evaluate the degree of heterogeneity of the requirement. This MBA project will research how to evaluate the degree of heterogeneity of the requirements in order to determine the most appropriate basis for contract award. The research will identify the criteria used to evaluate the degree of heterogeneity of the requirements. The result of this research will be a developed model for the Contracting Officer (CO) or Program Officer (PO) to use in evaluating the heterogeneous degree of requirement. Then, based on the result of the model, the PO and CO will know which is an appropriate basis for contract award. This research will support the Taiwan Ministry of National Defense CO and PO in deciding on a requirement strategy to produce a well-designed procurement program and to get a best value product.
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