SOW/PWS Development

SOW/PWS Development

Capability Statement

Core Competencies

You've probably read a Statement of Work (SOW) or Performance Work Statement (PWS) that did more harm than good: the statement built from confusing boilerplate or one that had requirements the program manager “knew” but couldn’t explain. The predictable results: protests—or frequent revisions. Addx Acquisition Services experts have helped run Federal contracting shops in military and civilian agencies. They’ll show you how to craft an SOW that’s clear, complete, and bulletproof, and a PWS whose words will be the final word. Because at the end of the day, your contract statement makes a statement about you.

Preventing SOW/PWS Contract Office Problems

  • Ensuring that requirements are understood
  • Ensuring that future costs are understood

Preventing SOW/PWS Contractor Problems

  • Clarifying requirements to contractors
  • Communicating problems during execution
  • Preventing out-of-scope work

Past Performance

Wireless Program Management Office (WPMO), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

When the WPMO was tasked with managing FEMA’s wireless requirements, the program’s statement of work needed to be revised. At the PMO’s request, Addx revised the SOW to cover contract deliverables and the Performance Requirements Summary.

Office of Passenger and Freight Programs (RPD-10), Federal Railroad Administration, Department of Transportation

For RPD-10, Addx provided technical advisory services and acquisition planning support. Addx integrated a systems approach that let the agency issue a PMO contract for High-Speed Intercity Passenger Rail (HSIPR). Also, Addx personnel analyzed and documented the current situation and the desired outcome; analyzed and detailed the gaps (contractual, budgetary, and resource) between two states; reconciled the differences through analysis and collaboration; and developed an executable implementation plan.

Hurricane Protection Office (HPO), U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Addx subject-matter experts—experienced in OMB 300 acquisition regulations, policies, and guidelines—helped HPO draft and define SOWs and Statements of Objectives (SOO). They reviewed SOWs and SOOs for accuracy before HPO used them in solicitations or contracts. They helped develop acquisition strategies, advising which type of contract to use and how to meet small business set-aside requirements; conducted market research; and helped develop Independent Government Cost Estimates (IGCEs).

Contact

Lynna Hood, CFCM Director, Growth Shared Services
Ms. Hood is responsible for cradle to grave contract/subcontract management and negotiations, proposals, pricing, estimating, and recruiting. She’s an expert on the federal acquisition process, and in particular the defense acquisition system. Read More
Office: (703) 933-7637 x244 Fax: (703) 933-7638

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Company Information

DUNS: 039872622; CAGE: 1XPA3 NAICS: 541611, 541219, 541330 GSA Schedules: MOBIS (GS-10F-0349N); OASIS SB Pool 2 NAICS 541219 (GS00Q14OADS201) PSC R704 (Auditing) or R710 (Financial) GSA OASIS SB Pool 3 (GS00Q14OADS301) NAICS 541330

The Addx Difference

Understanding of Contract Statements

The SOW/SOO/PWS is your contract’s heart and soul. We make sure you “get it right” the first time, with experience, know-how, and innovative techniques.