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Unified Forces: The Collaborative Power of Shared Job Order Contracts

Unified Forces: The Collaborative Power of Shared Job Order Contracts

Outdated infrastructure, inadequate facilities and environmental threats are posing significant financial and human costs within the Department of Defense (DoD). With an estimated deferred maintenance cost of $130 billion, the DoD faces critical decisions on how to strategically allocate resources while addressing new requirements such as the Net-Zero Initiative and the expanding need for military housing.

Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity contracts (IDIQs) are a particularly potent weapon in the fight against deferred maintenance. But some installations – particularly smaller ones – can’t provide the volume of work needed to attract contractors to an IDIQ program. That’s where shared contracts come in.

This issue brief explores how shared IDIQs contracts, such as SATOCs, MATOCS, SABERS and Job Order Contracts, enable installations to band together in maintaining and modernizing their facilities, offering benefits such as:

  • Speed and efficiency in the procurement process
  • Greater cost control for construction and maintenance spend
  • Access to contractor services that might be otherwise unavailable to some installations
  • Increased cooperation among contractors and installation teams
  • Enhanced mission-readiness

Download the report to learn how shared IDIQ programs are helping military DPWs and facilities teams move toward a more sustainable future.

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