|dc.description.abstract||Since the military’s「Troop-reduction program」in 1999, most of the armed forces’ construction projects were commended to former Construction & Real Estate Department(CRED), Combined Logistics Command. In accordance to the implementation of “ The National Defense Law” and “The MND organization Law” in January 2004, Taiwan’s new national defense system, the CRED was reorganized as “Construction and Real Estate Service Center”(CRESC) under the command of the Armaments Bureau, MND, which has become the sole authority for military construction projects and were responsible for project planning, supervision, control and implementation, etc.. Ever since then, the original execution model, which focused on in-housing in all construction projects has shifted to that with first priority of authorizing and gaining assistance from civil architecture companies or engineering consulting firms, and with secondary priority of in-housing these projects. Other than the poor quality of supervising staff, however, the overall current outsourced operations for military constructions lies in unfamiliarity with government related regulations. Moreover, the organization restructure and lean staff in military, lack of responsible engineers, work experience, and professionalism cause common negligence and barriers in the process of construction, affecting the quality and overall efficiency in project implementation.
Because outsourced supervision and construction technical services have been the major execution model for construction process of military constructions, this research sums up the mistakes and issues regarding the execution of outsourced supervision and construction, discusses the root causes of current execution of outsourced supervision, and proposes corrective actions that focus on construction contracts, contractors, auspices authorities, and policies and regulations, all based on the execution of responsible authorities and the results of engineering checks, auditing authorities’ investigations, interviews, and relative research papers. The purpose of this research is to provide guidance in outsourced supervision and constructions management and the following staff downsizing and organization restructuring, thereby reinforcing the soundness in execution of military constructions.||en_US|