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Assessment of Navy Contract Management Processes

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Naval Postgraduate School Monterey United States

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This research builds upon the emerging body of knowledge on contract management workforce competence and organizational process capability. In 2003, the Contract Management Maturity Model CMMM was first developed for the purpose of assessing Department of Defense DoD and defense contractor organizational contract management process capability. The CMMM has been previously applied at Air Force, Army, Navy, and defense contractor organizations. Specific to the Navy, assessments were conducted at three Navy contracting centers using the CMMM. These organizations included the Naval Air Systems Command NAVAIR, Naval Sea Systems Command NAVSEA, and the Naval Supply Systems Command NAVSUP. The primary purpose of this paper is to summarize the assessment ratings, analyze the assessment results in terms of contract management process maturity, and discuss the implications of these assessment results for process improvement and knowledge management opportunities. This paper also provides insight on consistencies and trends from these assessment results to DoD contract management. Finally, this paper discusses these assessment results in an attempt to characterize the current state of practice of contract management within the U.S. Navy.

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Thirteenth Annual Acquisition Research Symposium , 04 May 2016, 05 May 2016,



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