City of Roseville Parks and Recreation: Best Value Education Proposal

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

City of Roseville Parks and Recreation: Best Value Education Proposal City of Roseville Parks and Recreation: Best Value Education Proposal The Performance Based Studies Research Group (PBSRG) is a non-profit research group at Arizona State Universitys School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment. Since 1994, the PBSRG has researched and tested best value and leadership based concepts to develop organization and service models that increase efficiency and performance, while minimizing risk. The PBSRG is recognized as the worldwide expert in best-value and performance information systems. The PBSRG engages in the research, development, and testing of tools and methodologies to solicit, award, and manage all types of business services, including information technology, design, and construction. The Best-Value program educates and assists partners in becoming a more efficient organization through measurement, risk management, accountability, and transparency. The PBSRG also educates partners in both a selection process, and in the management of the vendor after the award has been made for all types of projects. This combination of pre-award and post-award functions makes the PIPS process unlike any other best-value tool.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date5/15/126/14/15

Funding

  • Western States Contracting Alliance: $175,000.00

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