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GSA Performance Management/Continuous Process Improvement (PM/CPI) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA)

BPA awarded in July 2013 under which federal agencies can obtain support for performance management and continuous process improvement by simply writing task orders. BPAs are available for government-wide use through issuance of task orders by any government agency, via the GSA Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) program.

Using the PM/CPI BPA enables agencies to realize faster business transformations and process improvements through services provided by proven market leaders. The BPA establishes teams of the best-qualified PM/CPI service providers. Each team is capable of performing the entire BPA scope. For BPA users, issuing task orders is efficient. GSA provides a portal for information-sharing to facilitate information collection and dissemination. Services include:

  • Strategic Planning and Performance Management
  • Strategic Business Analysis
  • Process and Performance Improvement
  • Communications and Change Management
  • Training, Certification and Recognition

By using the BPA, your agency can collect and propagate lessons learned, training curriculums, statements of work, best practices, cost-savings data, ordering procedures, and simplified task-order templates. Each issued BPA includes mandatory discounts off GSA MAS prices, which decreases the government's overall spending on management services.

Who Can Use It

All U.S. DoD and Federal Government agencies can use PM/CPI BPA.

What Is The Scope

These services include:

  • Strategic Planning and Performance Management
  • Strategic Business Analysis
  • Process and Performance Improvement
  • Communications and Change Management
  • Training, Certification and Recognition

How Does It Work

Step 1: Agency/Program develops SOW ensuring the requirement fits within the scope of the BPA SOW and SIN(s) reviewed. Task Order (TO) Type can be T&M, Firm-Fixed-Price or Labor Hour.

The ordering activity may include agency specific regulations and terms and conditions in the TO that do not conflict with the GSA FSS contract or the BPA terms and conditions.

Step 2: The ordering activity shall ensure all internal reviews (e.g. legal review) as required by agency activity policies have been completed.

Step 3: Ensure fair opportunity. The suggested method for issuing the Task Order (TO) Request for Quote (RFQ) to is to utilize GSA e-buy (www.gsa.gov/ebuy reference FAR 8.402(d)).

Step 4: Agency/Program receives proposals from among BPA holders, selects the winner and awards the task order.

Step 5: The ordering activity shall be responsible for administering the resulting TO.

Whom Do I Contact

Raytheon:

Ray Moehler
Program Manager

Bridget Donahue
Deputy Program Manager

GSA:

Paul Recklau

 

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