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OpenJOC - Job Order Contracting the Way it's Supposed to be!

OpenJOC is a standardized, independent, objective, and defensible method for organizing, describing, pricing, procuring, and managing renovation, repair, and minor new construction activitivies.

OpenJOC, a LEAN construction delivery method  associated levels of higher productivity,  requires an OPEN common data environment (CDE).     250 more words

Job Order Contracting viable for Federal Preventive Maintenance - NJDOT

Based on the evaluation conducted, NJDOT believes Job Order Contracting is a viable alternative to the established, standard Federal Preventive Maintenance Contracting method. The quicker procurement process in general for JOC Contracts, as well as allowing for the addition of new structures throughout the term of the JOC Contract without the need for procuring additional contracts, are time and cost saving qualities beneficial to the Department.

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Pros & Cons - Learn About Job Order Contracting

Job Order Contracting is a collaborative LEAN construction delivery method that can enable Owners to execute a higher percentage of quality facility renovation repair and renovation projects on-time and on-budget, IF implemented and management properly. 27 more words

Job Order Contracting Metrics - LA County June 2016

The Board of Supervisors routinely authorizes County departments and agencies to sign Job Order Contracts (JOCs) with contractors, which are used as an alternative to traditional procurement methods in order to expedite and competitively bid various construction and refurbishment projects. 370 more words

Improving Construction Productivity = Collaboration & Alternative Project Delivery

Eight Steps Toward Improving Construction Productivity

Partnering and collaboration must be a key performance metric by which real property owners and facility management professionals are measured.   690 more words

Job Order Contracting - Education, Training, Best Practices

Job Order Contracting – Education, Training, Best Practices

Strategy – Foundations – Collaboration – Standards – People – Process – Technology – Enabling Tools – Resources… 255 more words

Job Order Contracting - 5 Things to Never Do

1.     Forget to understand the everyone’s perspective

It’s not enough know construction, or how to manage a project once it is mobilized. You must understand and respect everyone’s perspective and needs from concept thru negotiations, execution, and final close-out. 261 more words