The suitability of Award Fee contracts for the Israeli Ministry of Defense (MOD).
Matsushima, Rodney F.
Lamm, David V.
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The primary objective of this thesis was to analyze the suitability for use of the Award Fee Types of Contracts in the Israeli Ministry of Defense. The researcher used the Navy's Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair award fee monitoring organization as a sample for comparison with the Israeli Ministry of Defense organization. The purpose for this comparison was to determine if there was an organization structure barrier that would prevent implementation of the Award Fee Types of Contracts. Other barriers were identified and discussed through the use of a written survey conducted with key personnel within the Israeli Ministry of Defense. A guide was developed for use when implementing the Award Fee Types of Contracts. The analysis revealed that there were no barriers that could not be overcome and that the benefits to be gained by incorporating the Award Fee Types of Contracts far outweigh any impediments. It was recommended that the Israeli Ministry of Defense consider incorporating these types of contracts into their procurement regulations after evaluating the results of a test case.
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