Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation: Some Steps Have Been Taken to Improve Contracting But a More Strategic Approach Is Needed
DIANE Publishing, 2009 - 40 pages
The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. (PBGC) insures the pensions of more than 44 million workers in over 30,000 employer-sponsored defined benefit pension plans. In response to growing workloads, PBGC has come to rely heavily on contractors to conduct its work. This is a report on: (1) the role that contracting plays in PBGC¿s efforts to accomplish its mission; (2) the steps PBGC has taken to improve its acquisition infrastructure and develop a strategic approach to guide its contracting activities; and (3) the steps PBGC has taken to improve its contact oversight processes to ensure accountability. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.
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