AN ORGANIZATIONAL ANALYSIS OF MARINE CORPS INSTALLATIONS NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION - REGIONAL CONTRACTING OFFICE’S CONTRACT CLOSEOUT PROCESS
Griffin, Jason R.
Jones, Raymond D.
Eggleston-Scott, Christa , MCINCR-RCO
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The primary purpose of this Joint Applied Project was to analyze the contract closeout process within the Marine Corps Installations National Capitol Region - Regional Contracting Office (MCINCR-RCO) to determine whether it is adequate and effective. The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 4 was analyzed to identify proper contract closeout protocol and procedures. An organizational analysis was conducted to review the MCINCR-RCO’s contract closeout process and identify areas that may have been neglected and the resulting consequences. The organizational practices related to contract closeouts were also compared to other Department of Defense (DoD) best practices to support the options that MCINCR-RCO has to manage the closeout process effectively. Research included an in-depth examination of contracts that need to be closed out and dollar values of contracts. Finally, recommendations were introduced that outline ways to improve the closeout process within the organization.
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