OAS Concurrent Contract Management

Address a major hurdle in management

Ongoing study and collaboration with the Department of Defense (DOD) and private parties


Major programs involve extensive plans and large contracts that are simply the starting point in delivering the tools needed by warfighters. The real challenge is to synthesize the plans with the contracts so programs can be completed on schedule and on budget. This involves modifying contracts to deliver exactly



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Extensive plans and large contracts.


These major programs involve extensive plans and large contracts that are simply the starting point in delivering the tools needed by warfighters.

The real challenge is to synthesize the plans with the contracts so programs can be completed on schedule and on budget.

This involves modifying contracts to deliver exactly: What is needed, when it is needed, and with input and agreement by project teams, suppliers, and contracts administrators.

Modifying Contracts


It involves managing hundreds of changes at the same time, with all the mentioned stakeholders having real time access to everyone else’s ongoing activities.

nGAP believes no one has automated this functionality in a manner that allows teams to abandon their spreadsheets. nGAP has defined the process that does this and is demonstrating these capabilities today.

This has happened by building on the acquisition processing, collaborative, and reporting strengths nGAP have been building for years.