A Business Process Analysis of the Surface Navy's Depot Maintenance Program
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Overview: To maintain the Surface Fleet, the Navy spent approximately $7.2 billion in FY2015 and requested $7.8 billion for FY2016. In response to years of costs overruns and missed deadlines, the Navy wants to make better use of these funds by shifting from executing Multi-Ship Multi-Option Contracts with cost-plus fee types to Multi-Award contracts with fixed- price fees. The new contract choice will increase competition and shift risk to the contractor. This thesis conducts an in-depth analysis of the contract change process during execution of depot maintenance availabilities using five ships as case studies.
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NPS Report NumberSYM-AM-17-184