What effect has contracting-out for commercial activities had on Naval property administration?
Dehnz, Arthur F.
Carrick, Paul M.
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The issue of providing Government- furnished property to contractors for use on production contracts has received a great deal of attention since the late 1960's. Now with more emphasis being placed on contracting-out for commercial activities, agencies are providing contractors property to use while performing service contracts on military installations. This thesis reports the findings of a survey of 30 property administrators involved with commercial activities (services) contracts. The study concludes that property administration gets little attention in the services contracts area. This situation will not be corrected until guidance and direction comes down from higher authority that is clear and concise.
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