Unified Forces

The Collaborative Power of Shared Job Order Contracts

Problems with military construction are a growing concern within the Department of Defense (DoD). Outdated infrastructure, inadequate facilities and growing environmental threats can lead to huge financial and, potentially, human costs. Often, limited or inconsistent funds are diverted to immediate warfighting needs, rather than being invested into sustaining and maintaining existing facilities.

How are military bases - particularly smaller ones that may not have the budget or work volume - making strategic choices about resource allocations? Download this GBC Industry Insights brief to learn more about:

  • Challenges facing military construction and maintenance
  • The role that Job Order Contracts can play in swiftly addressing modernization and maintenance
  • The power in consolidating contracts to leverage purchasing power for smaller bases
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