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AIR FORCE - AF P32-1006

SERVICE CONTRACT GUIDE FOR CIVIL ENGINEERS

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Organization: AIR FORCE
Publication Date: 16 July 2001
Status: active
Page Count: 48
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This service contract handbook is intended for use by civil engineering throughout the Air Force. The purpose of the handbook is to provide "how-to" information on the structure and administration of performance-based service contracts. Our goal is to provide a useful tool to help the civil engineering community transition smoothly into a service contract. When the government contracts a requirement, it is entitled to receive quality service. Establishing a baseline knowledge of how to develop performance-based service contracts is essential.

Document History

AF P32-1006
July 16, 2001
SERVICE CONTRACT GUIDE FOR CIVIL ENGINEERS
This service contract handbook is intended for use by civil engineering throughout the Air Force. The purpose of the handbook is to provide "how-to" information on the structure and administration of...

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