Contingency contracting guide/lessons for Navy contracting officers
Cuskey, Jeffrey R.
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The purpose of this research is to provide guidance by which future U.S. Navy Contingency Contracting Officers (CCOs) can effectively prepare for contingency operations. Additional research will provide guidelines for sustainment to support major contingencies. The research for this study was accomplished by reading literature on the subject of Contingency Contracting. Further research encompassed gathering information on lessons learned from past contingency contracting operations. Contingency contracting issues provided in this research project include an examination of preparatory steps required by Navy CCOs prior to deployment. Also included are sustainment issues that could positively effect a contingency operation and funding requirements that should be understood while conducting contingency operations. Additionally, this study provides conclusions and recommendations that could enhance the effectiveness of future Navy CCOs in support of contingency operations.
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