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Industry Forum 2005 Future of Outsourcing 26 August 2005 Ms. Laurie Carroll HQ AFSPC/XPM.

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1 Industry Forum 2005 Future of Outsourcing 26 August 2005 Ms. Laurie Carroll HQ AFSPC/XPM

2 XP/NDIA Briefing (A-76).ppt225 Aug 05 Overview Purpose Background AFSPC Breakdown Reviewable Functions Information Sources

3 XP/NDIA Briefing (A-76).ppt325 Aug 05 Purpose This briefing will address: The likelihood of additional competitive sourcing by Department of Defense (AF) and other government agencies Some of the functional areas which might be involved in A-76 studies Sources of information for industry

4 XP/NDIA Briefing (A-76).ppt425 Aug 05 Background A-76 is the number two initiative on the FY04 President’s Management Agenda OSD has placed increasing emphasis on competition of commercial activities with the private sector Program Budget Decision (PBD) 729 mandated that Department of Defense (DoD) compete 226,404 authorizations before FY09 Goal was divided among DoD components

5 XP/NDIA Briefing (A-76).ppt525 Aug 05 Background (Cont’d) AF Goal: 51,501 AFSPC Goal: 3,461 Credits were approved for some previous competitions, privatization, military to civilian conversions, and other approved initiatives Command is still short of the mandated goal and must identify additional candidates Candidates identified may provide future business opportunities No specific information at this time, but notices will be posted on FedBizOpps

6 HQ AFSPC/XP 617 Nov 04 AFSPC Competitive Sourcing 23, ,103 8, ,108 38,352 Command Total 61% of command manpower is currently designated inherently governmental (IG) or exempt from competition 23% BOS Contracts, 11% Mission Contracts, 1% MEOs completed Remaining target must come from 61% IG or 3% reviewable As of 26 Sep 04 AFSPC Target: 3,461 Credits: 2,545 Remaining: 916

7 XP/NDIA Briefing (A-76).ppt725 Aug 05 AFSPC Reviewable Functions Functions to be competed: Must be commercial in nature Must not be military essential Must not have wartime taskings Competitions must be conducted in accordance with Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-76 New circular issued in May 2003 drastically changed the way competitions are conducted Mandates preliminary planning be conducted prior to A-76 study announcement Identifies new competition officials Increases post competition accountability for MEOs

8 XP/NDIA Briefing (A-76).ppt825 Aug 05 AFSPC Reviewable Functions (Cont’d) Two types of competition (no more direct conversions): Standard Streamlined Shorter timelines for competitions Standard Competition accomplished in 12 months (plus possible 6 month extension) Streamlined Competition accomplished in 90 days (plus possible 45 day extension) Examples of commercial activities include Communications, Transportation, Housing Maintenance, and Civil Engineering functions

9 XP/NDIA Briefing (A-76).ppt925 Aug 05 Information Sources The following sites provide information concerning outsourcing opportunities DoD Commercial Activities Management Information System (DCAMIS) https://www.dcamis.army.mil/ Click on the “Business Opportunities” link Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) Click on the “Vendor Notification Link” link, register to receive notification of opportunities Federal Activities Inventory Reform (FAIR) Act _avail.htmlhttp://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/procurement/fair/notices _avail.html


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