How to Bid a Gordian JOC Contract Resource Hub

How to Bid a Gordian JOC Contract Resource Hub

Job Order Contracting (JOC) is a unique construction project delivery method. Unlike traditional procurement methods where one contract is advertised and solicited for one project, JOC enables one contract to be used for many projects. This is a paradigm shift for contractors.

Bidding a Job Order Contract is a different animal. It requires contractors to think a little differently and take some steps out of the norm. But once they get the hang of how to bid a JOC contract, they can set themselves up for a steady stream of income and grow their businesses. To help contractors new to the JOC process and provide a refresher to those who have been part of programs before, we offer this collection of helpful resources that explains how to bid a Gordian JOC contract.

Topics include:

  • The importance of the coefficient/Adjustment Factor to contract bid
  • Calculating a realistic coefficient/Adjustment Factor
  • Understanding the Construction Task Catalog and its impact on the coefficient/Adjustment Factor
  • Key Job Order Contracting terms to know