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Execution

Planning

Foster clear and consistent Executive and Programmatic communication with the government

Manage team or sub-contractor partners  and manufacturers on customer goals and metrics

Think in terms of outcomes!  

Continually measure relevance of metrics to evolving missions

Make sure my definition of success the same as the customers!

Can we deliver the optimal outcome based on what we do best?

Great opportunity to reach informal understanding agreement on feasible outcomes.

Prime Contractor

Use effective QASP procedures to self assess quality as well as contractor quality

Base incentives and disincentives on clear  relevant metrics that everyone understands

Does the SOO sufficiently describe the desired outcomes?

Will the contracting method provide enough competition?

Is the contract type commensurate with risk?

Define the desired outcome well enough to structure an enforceable contract.

What contracting method will we likely use?

Which contract type?

Contract Office

Continually assess relevance of metrics

Maintain open lines of communication open

Defining outcomes in writing is hard work.

Define how we measure performance to meet the desired outcome

What result do we want to create?

Defining “end state” or desired outcome.

Conducting market research to see who else has solved that problem, met that need.

Program Office

7.) Manage performance

6.) Select the right contractor

5.) Decide how to measure and manage performance

4.) Develop a PWS or SOO

3.) Examine private and public sector solutions

2.) Describe the problem that needs solving

1.) Establish an integrated solutions team

Analysis

    What We Need To Change

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