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  • benefit analysis

    The Benefits Analysis (sometimes called Consolidation and Bundling Benefit Analysis) makes the case for an acquisition strategy that consolidates and/or bundles requirements. It identifies, quantifies, and compares the benefits arising from the strategy's implementation to benefits that would result from alternative strategies on cost savings, quality improvements, reductions in acquisition cycle times, better terms and conditions, etc., and is part of the Acquisition Strategy. After reviewing the Benefits Analysis, a Senior Procurement Executive makes a Determination either in favor of or against the issuance of the solicitation based on whether the benefits described substantially exceed the necessary thresholds (for consolidated requirements) or are measurably substantial (for bundled requirements). Sources,

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