Wis. Admin. Code Department of Administration § Adm 10.035 - Cost-benefit analysis

Current through March 28, 2022

(1) ANALYSIS. A uniform cost-benefit analysis shall be completed by a contracting agency or its designated agents of each proposed contractual service procurement involving an estimated expenditure of more than $25,000 annually. Each cost-benefit analysis shall include the information set forth in subs.
(2) to (6);
(2) SERVICE OVERVIEW. A cost-benefit analysis shall provide the following:
(a) A justification for the request written in clear, non-technical language that can be understood by persons who may not be directly involved in or familiar with the proposed service, with all acronyms fully defined.
(b) A list and description of any federal mandates, state statutes or administrative rules that dictate how the proposed service must be performed.
(3) TOTAL COST. Each proposed contractual service procurement shall include a total cost component. For each proposed contractual service procurement involving an estimated expenditure of more than $25,000 annually, an agency shall provide a detailed cost-benefit analysis showing that the proposed service can be performed more economically or efficiently by contract rather than by current state employees or by hiring permanent, project or limited term employees. The consideration of relevant costs shall include, but not be limited to, wage and salary costs, fringe benefits costs, administrative overhead costs, other operating costs, material costs, insurance costs, facility costs, contract price, contract monitoring, and one-time conversion costs. The agency shall use and submit the State of Wisconsin Cost Analysis Methodology as set forth in the State Procurement Manual.

Note: To request the State of Wisconsin Cost Analysis Methodology set forth in the State Procurement Manual, please contact the State Bureau of Procurement, P.O. Box 7867, Madison, Wisconsin 53707-7867 or (608) 266-2605.

(4) QUALITY. A description of the proposed service to be performed, a list of items to be delivered, any specific conditions to be required of the contractor, and how the agency will ensure that the contractor will provide services and quality as promised without financial losses to the State.
(5) TECHNICAL EXPERTISE.
(a) Capacity. A description whether agency employees have the capacity to perform the proposed service.
(b) Expertise. A description whether the agency employees have the expertise to perform the proposed service.
(6) TIMELINESS.
(a) Timeliness. A complete schedule and timetable for the proposed service.
(b) Project term. A statement indicating whether the proposed service is a short-term project or is a long-term need for the agency.

Notes

Wis. Admin. Code Department of Administration § Adm 10.035
Emerg. cr. eff. 7-1-06; CR 06-090: cr. Register December 2006 No. 612, eff. 1-1-07.

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