An evaluation of the Navy's Red Yellow Green program and how this program is intended to improve the selection of quality contractors
Hagmann, Krista Ann
Hart, E. Neil
Lamm, David V.
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The Navy is currently testing a new source selection tool known as Red Yellow Green (RYG). RYG helps field contracting activities obtain the best purchase value by adding the costs of poor contractor performance into the source selection equation. The program should improve the quality of material received by the Government and the performance of Government contractors. RYG can be used in conjunction with Blue Ribbon Contractor programs and moves field contracting activities toward Total Quality Management implementation.
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