Posts Tagged ‘LPTA’

Defense Systems Says Innovation Key to Defense Cuts

In an article Dec. 5th, titled “How defense cost-cutting can spur innovation” authors (Randy Garber, Sohin Chinoy, and Andrea Cruden) lay out an interesting scenario! What if Defense reductions formed the motive for an innovation based response? The model focuses on provider based innovation to stimulate cost reductions rather that cost cutting contracting policies like […]

Changing The Evaluation Process for LPTA Procurements

My posts on LPTA and the negative impacts that have begun to appear on mission success have caused me to think thru the most improvements that might be made to avoid such impacts. The key seems to be the ability to get services at a lower price without getting lower quality, delivery, or content innovation. […]

LPTA Presenting Risks to Government Performance & Results – Are There Other Options to Reduce Cost at Lower Risk?

Because they appear to be cheaper, low price, technically acceptable procurements are on the rise, but I have been making an argument that these kinds of contracts pose a danger to the government over the long haul. I have also contended that results matter and cost matters but price is not a reflection of results. […]

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