Analysis of outsourcing of construction management services for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command
McGinley, Edward S
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Through the past several years, the Navy has been reexamining the way that constructed facilities are delivered to internal customers. The Resident Officer In Charge of Construction (ROICC) offices, manned by Civil Service employees and Naval Officers, currently manages the construction contracts for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC). The use of private sector construction management service by contract has not been examined in detail by the Navy as an alternative to this practice. This paper will examine whether outsourcing of traditional ROICC office duties to civilian contractors is feasible and what benefits and risks are found by doing so. Different contracting methods and approaches to implementing outsourcing of construction management will also be examined
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