Maximizing the use of past performance in source selection
Wills, Michael D.
Lamm, David V.
Hamilton, Albert J., III
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The Army is currently developing the Performance Risk Assessment Group (PRAG) program as a measure to maximize the use of past performance in the source selection process. The use of past performance is becoming increasingly important as the defense budget gets smaller and the use of commercially accepted business practices becomes more emphasizes. A program to evaluate past performance can better ensure the Army gets a quality product at a fair price. The Army Material Command developed the 'Past Performance in Source Selection; An Evaluation Guide' to assist buying commands in implementing the PRAG effort. This thesis analyses that guide, identifies its strengths and weaknesses, and makes recommendations to maximize its use
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