The influence of an information environment on contractors' performance through IDIQ procurement delivery

Dean T. Kashiwagi

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Abstract

The motivation behind alternate delivery systems has been the poor performance of the traditional design-bid-build process. Construction professionals have identified public contract law and bureaucratic procurement/contract offices as one of the sources of problems in construction industry. The United States Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) (approximately $100M in construction renovation awards per year) attempted to overcome this obstacle through a partnership with the Performance Based Studies Research Group (PBSRG) at Arizona State University. The MEDCOM implemented the information environment portion of the Performance Information Procurement System (PIPS) into IDIQ contracts through the specifications. No procurement was conducted in the research and the concept has met with preliminary success, minimizing construction management issues by over 50%.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationCME 2007 Conference - Construction Management and Economics: 'Past, Present and Future'
Pages435-446
Number of pages12
StatePublished - 2007
Event25th Inaugural Construction Management and Economics: 'Past, Present and Future' Conference, CME 2007 - Reading, United Kingdom
Duration: Jul 16 2007Jul 18 2007

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Other25th Inaugural Construction Management and Economics: 'Past, Present and Future' Conference, CME 2007
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityReading
Period7/16/077/18/07

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Contractors
Construction industry
Information systems
Specifications

Keywords

  • Best value procurement
  • Construction performance
  • Performance specification

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Building and Construction
  • Architecture

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Kashiwagi, D. T. (2007). The influence of an information environment on contractors' performance through IDIQ procurement delivery. In CME 2007 Conference - Construction Management and Economics: 'Past, Present and Future' (pp. 435-446)

The influence of an information environment on contractors' performance through IDIQ procurement delivery. / Kashiwagi, Dean T.

CME 2007 Conference - Construction Management and Economics: 'Past, Present and Future'. 2007. p. 435-446.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Kashiwagi, DT 2007, The influence of an information environment on contractors' performance through IDIQ procurement delivery. in CME 2007 Conference - Construction Management and Economics: 'Past, Present and Future'. pp. 435-446, 25th Inaugural Construction Management and Economics: 'Past, Present and Future' Conference, CME 2007, Reading, United Kingdom, 7/16/07.
Kashiwagi DT. The influence of an information environment on contractors' performance through IDIQ procurement delivery. In CME 2007 Conference - Construction Management and Economics: 'Past, Present and Future'. 2007. p. 435-446
Kashiwagi, Dean T. / The influence of an information environment on contractors' performance through IDIQ procurement delivery. CME 2007 Conference - Construction Management and Economics: 'Past, Present and Future'. 2007. pp. 435-446
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