When acquiring services, why is a performance work statement preferred over a design-oriented requirements document?

When acquiring services, why is a performance work statement preferred over a design-oriented requirements document?

  1. It places the most risk on the government
  2. It is neither personal nor non-personal in nature
  3. It prescribes a “how-to” process so the contractor knows exactly what is required of it.
  4. It describes what is to be done, not how it is to be done.

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