Construction Procurement at Speed

Construction Procurement at Speed

With construction-related spending accounting for 13% of global GDP, millions of dollars are at stake for organizations looking for cost savings and Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization (SRM) project agility. Inefficiencies in past public sector construction have resulted in over $270 billion in costs in just one year, suggesting an opportunity for some government agencies to increase efficiency to cut costs and time. Agencies experiencing a growth of investment in SRM projects will want to achieve cost savings and agility in a growing share of their agency spend by leveraging Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts.

Watch this webinar as industry and government experts explore:

  • The past, present and future state of construction IDIQ contracts in government.
  • How and why to improve construction procurement with agile and cost-effective processes.
  • Insights from real world use cases.

Speakers

Josh Okada, Government Business Council
Josh Okada
Research Analyst
Government Business Council

Christopher D. Reinhardt, MPA, PMP, Programs and Project Management Division, New York District, USACE
Christopher D. Reinhardt, MPA, PMP
Chief of Military Programs Branch – North
Programs and Project Management Division, New York District, USACE

C. David Scruggs, Public Works, USAG Fort Riley
C. David Scruggs
Division Chief, Engineering Services Division
Public Works, USAG Fort Riley

Neil Tuck, Gordian
Neil Tuck
Federal Operations Manager
Gordian