Gulfstream III (wallpaper 4)


Gulfstream III (wallpaper 4)
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Gulfstream III (wallpaper 4)
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Passenger Aircraft. The contract for maintenance and repair of the C-20 aircraft provides full and partial contractor logistics support for the C-20 aircraft fleet. The contract contains fixed-price and cost-reimbursable line items for a base year and 6 option years. As of June 1998, after less than 3 years of the contract, the Government had obligated about $105 million. If the costs continued at the same rate, significant contract cost overruns would have occured before the contract ended. The contractor did not staff the contractor operated and maintained base supply the hours required by the contract because the contract requirements for the hours of operation were ambiguous. Although the contractor regularly achieved the specified mission capable and supply rates, DoD program and contracting personnel did not effectively manage the following aspects of the C-20 contractor logistics support contract: cost of purchased or repaired parts, material handling charges, cost reimbursable expenses for subcontractor effort, contractor operated and maintained base supply, maintenance guidance, depot operations, and contractor oversight. As a result, DoD may have paid at least $12.8 million more than necessary for parts and services, DoD may have paid for services that were not received, and DoD used resources resolving issues arising from poor contract language. Gulfstream III (wallpaper 4). Gulfstream III aircraft images wallpaper gallery 4. Gulfstream III airplane pictures and images collection 4. A 1999 DOD Inspector General audit demonstrated that the contractor and the technical representatives to the contracting officer misinterpreted contract requirements. The misinterpretations related to: cost basis for the threshold of repair; the treatment of cost reimbursable over and above costs (subcontractor effort); the requirement for the contractor to provide maintenance support for Navy Kaneohe Bay aircraft at Hickam Air Force Base without additional costs; the contractor operated maintenance base supply operational hours; and the depot maintenance schedule, and the need for the Air Force to submit depot maintenance authorization forms 90 days prior to aircraft arrival at the depot. The Air Force concurred with requiring the contractor to obtain best value for new and repair parts, to develop and implement guidance for the allowability and authorizations of over and above costs (subcontractor effort), to develop a standard surveillance plan, and to require the C-20 program office to schedule periodic site visits. The Air Force concurred with reviewing the over and above (subcontractor effort) forms at the main operating bases. Also, the Air Force agreed that the Defense Contract Management Command should follow-up on the contractor’s purchasing system review. In 1999 Sabreliner took action to purchase aircraft tires from another source. This action would result in potential monetary benefits of about $1.26 million over the remaining life of the contract and about $887,000 of potential monetary benefits from recouping additional costs for past purchases of aircraft tires. Gulfstream III (wallpaper 4). Gulfstream III aircraft images wallpaper gallery 4. Gulfstream III airplane pictures and images collection 4.

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