Economic analysis supporting the increase of the unspecified minor military construction threshold
Kelsey, Clifford L.
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This report analyzes the economical, technological, and environmental challenges U.S. Navy engineers face in constructing quality, usable facilities while meeting the constraints of the Unspecified Minor Military Construction (UMMC) threshold. By examining the Department of the Navy's Minor and Military Construction programs, conducting a comparative analysis of DD Form 1391s from past projects to evaluate cost escalation factors and analyzing construction escalation indices, this report supports the recent increase of the UMMC threshold from $750K to $1M and provides recommendations for future threshold determination.
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