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Department of Labor FY 2011 Service Contract Inventory Plan for Analysis

As the Department gets ready to perform its FY 2011 contractor inventory and analysis, it will incorporate lessons learned from the 2010 inventory and apply them to the upcoming inventory.

DOL will develop basic inventory in accordance with OMB guidance using FPDS-NG data to address a number of the inventory requirements consistent with the Consolidated Appropriations Act and collect additional data through a survey in order to gather supplemental contract data in response to many of the criteria required by Section 743.

Special Interest Functions

These eight (8) PSCs were selected for analysis from the FY 2011 Inventory due to the fact that they were not included in the analysis of the FY 2010 Service Contract Inventory report or due to the department’s area of special interest targeted for the reduction of  high cost obligations.

PSC

Product or Service Description

FY 11 Spend*

D302

ADP SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT SVCS

$2,801,309

D307

AUTOMATED INFO SYSTEM SVCS

$5,771,099

D310

ADP BACKUP & SECURITY SERVICES

$3,435,911

D314

ADP ACQUISITION SUP SVCS

$6,053,633

R408

PROGRAM MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT SERVICES

$34,109,225

R414

SYSTEMS ENGINEERING SERVICES

$507,738

R421

TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

$3,207,602

R707

MGT SVCS/CONTRACT & PROCUREMENT

$6,445,432


DOL will take the following steps in the process of its analysis:

  • Consolidate survey results.
  • Crosswalk Survey data with Contractor Inventory data.
  • Evaluate data in accordance with policy and guidance.
  • Develop a Selection Criteria to identify contracts for in-depth review.  Based on the 10 criteria identified within the Consolidated Appropriations Act, DOL will prioritized its selection of contracts for further review in the following order:
    • Potential for Inherently Governmental performance by contractors;
    • Contracts providing services classified as special interest functions’
    • Contracts that do not include special interest functions, but were awarded on a non-competitive basis; and
    • Contracts that do not include special interest functions, but meet any one of the remaining designated criteria.