Multiple Award, Multiple Order Contracts - The Future of Navy Surface Maintenance Contracts
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In 2013, Commander, Navy Regional Maintenance Centers and NAVSEA 21 set out to create a contracting vehicle with firm-fixed price or fixed price award fee competitions via multiple award contracts and created the Multiple Award ContractﾖMultiple Order (MAC-MO) contract strategy. This project analyzes MAC-MO contracts and compares/contrasts them with previous strategies in order to determine the efficiency and effectiveness of this method.
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