Analysis of Other Transaction Agreements to Acquire Innovative Renewable Energy Solutions for the Department of the Navy
Yoder, E. Cory
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The purpose of this project is to apply a case-study approach to analyze the effectiveness and efficiency of other transaction (OT) agreements and the OT Consortium Model to acquire innovative renewable energy solutions. Research included personnel interviews with Defense Innovative Unit-Experimental (DIUx) personnel to highlight their experience with innovative businesses previously reluctant to pursue federal contracts. Additionally, research leveraged best practices from the Army Contracting Command-New Jersey, as well as industry partners such as Consortium for Energy, Environment, and Demilitarization (CEED) and the National Security Technology Accelerator (NSTXL) consortium, to achieve the Department of the Navyﾒs strategy for renewable energy.
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