Job Order Contracting Education, Training, & Certification

Job Order Contracting Education, Training, & Certification


As a LEAN construction delivery methods, Job Order Contracting – JOC, requires continuous education, training, and improvement.  It is important to receive this training and education from professionals with a solid background in asset life-cycle management as well as job order contracting.  This is a limited group of individuals indeed.

OpenJOC win-win

Our team and business partners provide access to this select group of talent.   So, if you have a job order contract and are looking to improve it and/or assure it’s in conformance, or would like to implement or work on a job order contract, give us a call before making any decisions with respect to training, education, or certification.

We are here to help you, and go the extra mile to assure Job Order Contracting is implemented using best management practices.  We are unbiased, objective, and can serve Owners, Contractors, Subcontractors, and Oversight Groups.

We will be happy to tailor a series of courses that progressively cover a range of Job Order Contracting and  Lean Construction topics including:

  • Job  Order Contract Development
  • Job Unit Price Line Estimating
  • Introductory and Advanced
  • How to Develop a JOC Coefficient
  • Job Order Contract Execution / Operations Manual Development
  • Marketing a JOC Program
  • How to Create a JOC RFI/RFP
  • How to Evaluate JOC Contractors
  • Auditing a JOC Program
  • Management by Outcomes
  • Best Value Procurement
  • Owner/Contractor Negotiations
  • How to Create an Owner / Independent Government Estimate
  • Problem-solving principles and Tools
  • Introduction to LEAN Construction Delivery

Courses available on-site or on-line.

Contact – 508.435.3096



Job Order Contract – JOC – Standard Operating Procedure – SOW

Job Order Contract – JOC – Standard Operating Procedure – SOW

OpenJOC Detailed Process Diagram

JOC Standard Operating Procedure (SOW) – Outline

I. Introduction

II. Purpose

III. Definitions
A. Job Order Contracting IX. Reporting Requirements
B. Task Order
C. Coefficient
1. Normal Hours
2. Other-than-Normal Hours
E. Unit Price Book
F. Others, as necessary

IV. Contract Award & Execution Authority
V. Appointment of Ordering Officer/COR
A. How
B. When B. Task Order File Checklist

V. Appointment of JOC Program Manager / Contracting Officer / Contracting Officer Representative

VI. Task Order Authority
A. Prepriced Limites
B. Non-prepriced limits

VII. Execution Procedures
A. Work Coordination
1. In House
2. Contract
B. JOC  Execution
C. Request for Task Order / Project
1. Internal Owner Estimate
2. Issuing Task Orders/Projects

VIII. Task Order Modification
A. Differing Site Conditions
B. Change Clauses

IX. Reporting Requirements
A. Contractors
B. Procurement/Purchasing/Contracting
C. Technical / DPW
D. JOC Administrator / Program Manager

X . Payments