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CIVILIAN AND CONTRACTOR WORKFORCES: DOD's Cost Comparisons Addressed Most Report Elements but Excluded Some Costs
[Technical Report, Congressional Report]
GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY OFFICE WASHINGTON DC
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In response to Congressional direction, the Department of Defense DOD issued a report in April 2017 comparing the costs of federal civilian and service contractor personnel at select installations. The report addressed three out off our provision elements and partially addressed one, as discussed below. DOD concluded that neither federal civilians nor service contractors were predominately more or less expensive, with costs being dependent on position, location, and level of seniority. DOD noted that it used a non-probability based sample of personnel for its report, and the results are not generalizable.
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