By Authored by Ralph S. Spillinger in conjunction with the Federal Facilities Council, Standing Committee on Organizational Performance and Metrics, National Research Council
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32 ADDING VALUE TO THE FACILITY ACQUISITION PROCESS The current emphasis of DES is to contract out most of its design, construction, and alterations program under the management of government project officers and to utilize other government employees for facilities management and craft-supported maintenance and operation. Providing quality and timely customer service at a reasonable cost has been an important initiative of DES management. With an increased demand on DES to deliver new state-of-the-art research facilities quickly, and at the same time support the ongoing maintenance and operations of existing facilities, an innovative facilities engineering program has been developed to effectively manage the program with less resources.
Understanding which practices in the best process produce such good results. • Incorporating the best practices into one’s own process, measuring the results achieved, and documenting the extent of improvement. Several organizations have conducted benchmarking activities within the construction industry, including IPA of Reston, Virginia. IPA’s database encompasses metrics from over 2,000 individual projects valued at over $300 billion and accomplished by approximately 60 companies. Although the IPA database is proprietary, IPA has collaborated with research studies such as The Business Roundtable white paper The Business Stake in Effective Project Systems.
The fiscal year (FY) 1999 annual construction and replacement budget is about $250 million. , provides overall guidance to states, territories, and the District of Columbia, which operate ANG units during peacetime. The National Guard Bureau provides design standards and special requirements and monitors the funding, scope, cost, and schedule of major projects. The design process (including design policy, standards, and guidelines) for ANG facilities is managed by the Engineer- 26 ADDING VALUE TO THE FACILITY ACQUISITION PROCESS ing Division of the Air National Guard Readiness Center (ANGRC/CEC), located at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland.
Adding Value to the Facility Acquisition Process (Federal Facilities Council technical report) by Authored by Ralph S. Spillinger in conjunction with the Federal Facilities Council, Standing Committee on Organizational Performance and Metrics, National Research Council