Monthly Archives: April 2015

Australian DMO Performance Based Contracting (PBC) Conference

I am pleased to announce the Australian Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO) Performance Based Contracting (PBC) Conference being held in Canberra, Australia over the period of Tuesday 26th to Wednesday 27th May 2015. The reason for the conference is that as … Continue reading

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History of Behavioural Economics

For those you have read my thoughts on the use of Behavioural Economics as a method of optimising our approach to Performance Based Contracting (PBC) (see earlier posts on Is Your Contract Fun? and Designing Successful PBCs) I wanted to … Continue reading

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When to use a Performance Based Contract?

While advice has been written (see the United States Department of Defence Product Support Business Case Analysis (BCA) Guidebook) on when to use a Performance Based Contract (PBC) (or Performance Based Logistics (PBL) contract) my colleagues and I have recently … Continue reading

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