Wednesday, September 02, 2015
4Clicks Solutions, LLC announces The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently selected e4Clicks Project Estimator and 4Clicks Training to support its new Eastern Service Area Job Order Contracting program. All major airports up and down the eastern United States and territories from Maine to the U.S. Virgin Islands are included.
“4Clicks software and training was selected as it was determined via market research to best support the purpose of a Job Order Contract,” commented FAA Contracting personnel.
“The purpose of a Job Order Contract is to create a lasting relationship with one contractor where pricing is predictable and fair and reasonable; the Contractor gains efficiencies through repeated work and familiarity with our facilities; and the Owner gets expedited construction services and an assurance of continued high performance.” (Source: FAA Job Order Contract (JOC) IDIQ for the Eastern Service Area Post Award Presentation).
A component of the FAA’s major and ongoing commitment to renovate, repair and maintain all airports, Job Order Contracts with five year durations were awarded across multiple FAA geographic regions. The maximum value per JOC is $5,000,000 with individual JOC task orders limited to $500,000. e4Clicks Project Estimator Software will be used by FAA personnel and awarded contractors to enable low cost deployment of JOC workflows and to monitor program operations.
“We are honored to work with the FAA, in support of standing up their very 1st Eastern Service area JOC contract and we are thrilled to provide our top notch software, support and training,” said Michael Brown, CEO of 4Clicks Solutions.
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As a valued contractor serving the Air Force, it was important for the engineering firm to become proficient with RSMeans-based line item cost estimating to assure higher estimate detail, greater accuracy, track project milestones from concept thru warranty, and to be in overall contract compliance.
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