Why JOC is Right For You
Why JOC is right for you?
Bidding pre-completed by purchasing co-op
Fast Cycle Time and Quick Response
Resource Efficient and Client Friendly
No Change Orders
The Basic IDIQ JOC Process
Customer identifies need
Initial site visit
Finalize scope of work
Final proposal submission and review
Customer chooses available purchasing cooperative
Purchase order issued
Procurement and installation
Warranty & Service
Job Order Contracting (JOC) is used broadly by the Federal Government, state governments, universities and community colleges, hospital systems, K-12 school districts, city, county and municipal governments.
JOC singnificanly reduces the time and cost required to excecute a project. Once a Job Order Contract is in place, Individual Delivery Orders (a.k.a. work orders) are issues that can be executed immediately. The key enablers of a succesful JOC program are a robust process to select contractors and the use of pre-agreed pricing that combines industry standard price information (e.g., a price book) and a contractor's pricing coefficient.
JOC is authorized by the Federal Acquisition Regulations and the relevant procurement codes in Texas, New Mexico and many other states.
Any public institution can partner with BASIC IDIQ for Job Order Contracting by executing an Inter-local agreement with a holder of one of our existing contracts.
For example, in Texas, many public entities execute an Inter-local agreement with Harris County Department of Education to use their Job Order Contract with Basic IDIQ.
Traditionally, many types of renovation projects have required drawings and specifications that unnecessarily add time and cost to the project.
Job Order Contracting enables a broad range of repairs to the building envelope, including roofs, doors and windows.
Basic IDIQ's to manage scope development through construction drive inefficient costs from the process.
"The JOC process with
BASIC IDQ was so easy"
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