Pursuant to Section 743(f) of Division C of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 Consolidated Appropriations Act, P.L. 111-117 and the December 2011 guidance issued by the Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP), the following report on the analysis of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) FY 2012 Service Contract Inventory is provided.
Based on Section A of OFPP's December 2011 guidance the Commission shall submit a report suitable for public disclosure that discusses its analysis of the FY 2012 Service Contract Inventory and the use of contractors for the special interest functions that the Commission selected to study. At a minimum, the Commission's report should identify:
One (1) special interest function which is displayed in the table below was selected for analysis based on the critical nature of the function. See attached copy of analysis entitled, "Service Contract Inventory FY 2012 Agency Inventory Analysis".
|Special Interest Function Code||Description of Function||Dollars Obligated in FY 2012|
|D399||IT and Telecom - Other IT and Telecommunications||$3,358,117.16|
Function code D399 accounted for 7% of total obligations for EEOC in FY 2012 with 100% of the obligations for this function under the Fixed-Price contract type. Approximately 88% of the dollars obligated under code D399 were awarded to small businesses.
Acquisition personnel in EEOC's Contract Compliance and Review section submitted a questionnaire via the Program Office manager to the Contracting Officer's Representatives (CORs) who were responsible for assisting the Contracting Officer with technical monitoring and contract administration duties on affected contracts under the selected function codes.
Based on the analysis of the FY 2012 inventory, EEOC has the following findings:
Based on the above findings, the EEOC plans to continue to provide information and training to Federal employees while reviewing contract oversight and management processes and acquisition workforce personnel to ensure balance of the multi-sector workforce and Commission control over critical functions.