FORT McCOY, Wis. -- The Competitive Sourcing performance
decision involving approximately 46 civilian positions of the Fort
McCoy Directorate of Information Management was announced May 9 by the
Garrison Commander, Col. David E. Chesser.
The competition resulted in the decision that the work
performed by government employees is the most cost efficient for the
Competitive Sourcing is a process to determine if it is more
cost effective to perform certain installation work 'in-house' with
federal employees or with a private-sector service provider.
The federal Office of Management and Budget Circular A-76
provides a very specific set of criteria to ensure that private-sector
offerors compete using the same technical and workload requirements
used by the federal government.
This performance decision begins a 20-day public review and
contest period involving this solicitation.
Federal regulations specify the procedures that must be
followed after the announcement of the performance decision.
Competition documentation is available for review on the
Federal Business Opportunities Web site (http://www.fedbizopps.gov).
Further information regarding the Competitive Sourcing program
can be found at the Share A-76 Web site (http://sharea76.fedworx.org/).