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19 to offer a general outline of an analysis that can be usefully 3.4O&M Contract's Relationship adapted and emulated by airports in their quest to objectively to Performance Measurement evaluate procurement methodologies for ongoing O&M services. For example, if such an evaluation indicates that the Chapter 3 has presented different procurement options increased possibility of specific risks at a specific airport is for securing ongoing O&M services and has offered a model not great, the ranking of the risk measurement factors can be analysis for comparing the procurement options with various adjusted accordingly. If such an evaluation does not involve measurement factors. Some of the performance measurement the possibility of system expansion, then the measurement factors show that the type of procurement process and how factors involving expansion can be considered superfluous. it is administered can have an effect on the APM system's Or, if such an evaluation commences with a prevailing goal performance. However, it is ultimately the actual O&M of cost savings, the ranking of the cost measurement factors contract and its specific terms and conditions that establish can be adjusted accordingly. By making such adjustments the performance benchmarks for the APM. The actual O&M within the framework of the analysis used, results should contract also establishes precisely how that performance is be accurate to the degree of aiding and adding credibility to the measured. The following chapters elaborate on performance decision-making process for choosing the most appropriate measurements for APM systems at airports and offer specific O&M procurement option. contractual approaches for such measurement.