Evaluation of Contracting and Production Activities at: The Defense Logistics Agency's Defense Supply Centers. Volume 4. Defense Fuel Supply Center Review.
COOPERS AND LYBRAND WASHINGTON DC
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The objective of this report is to present Coopers Lybrands independent analysis and evaluation of the contracting and production functions performed at DFSC. The purpose or the evaluation is to determine whether the centers contracting and production activities are organizationally structured and operated in the most effective and efficient manner if lineslevels of authority and responsibility, assignment patterns, and other position management aspects are appropriate and whether management indicators used by DLA-P to determine the contracting and production performances of the defense supply centers DSC are valid and responsive. Recommendations for the Defense Fuel Supply Center Realine all the contract divisions so that each has the same organizational primary and secondary elements, Improve the relationship between the contract divisions and the Cost and Price Analysis Section, Establish a priority list of functionstasks to be performed by the DFSC-PC, Dedicate one procurement analyste in DFSC-PCs Plans, Programs and Systems Section to the contracting and production CP personnel turnover problem, Dedicate one procurement analyst in DFSC-PCs Plans, Programs, and Systems Section to monitorcoordinate DFAMSautomation initiatives, Transfer the Contract Data Control for DFSC-PO to DFSC-PC, Assign contract files following contract award to the procurement agent responsible for the postaward contract administration.
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