TYSONS CORNER, VA, Feb. 28, 2017 — Howard Steinman, a partner and public sector leader for the Americas at A.T. Kearney, has said a results-based contracting approach coupled with a share-in-savings arrangement will work to help government mitigate risks and meet program goals, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.
He wrote in an opinion piece published Feb. 17 that the model will enable a project to move forward based on the ability of contractors to achieve goals and will also establish an incentive for contractors to optimize public funds for high-quality work.
“In our experience, the best project candidates are those with large, measurable expected benefits and with the parties having some ability to control implementation,” Steinman said.
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