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Using commercial practices in DOD acquisition

Bruce D Sweeny

Using commercial practices in DOD acquisition

a page from industry"s playbook

by Bruce D Sweeny

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Published by Defense Systems Management College in [Fort Belvoir, Va.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Dept. of Defense -- Procurement,
  • Project management

  • Edition Notes

    Statementreport of the Defense Systems Management College 1988-89 Military Research Fellows, Bruce D. Sweeny, Charles A. Perkins, Alan C. Spencer
    ContributionsPerkins, Charles A. 1950-, Spencer, Alan C, Defense Systems Management College
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14654705M

      DoD personnel involved in the acquisition process also need to use market research to optimize the potential use of commercial items, commercial services, and nondevelopmental items to meet agency needs. DoD no longer relies extensively on government-unique products and services to . The program manager should use configuration management to establish and mature the technical, functional and acquisition program baseline throughout the acquisition and system life cycle. [1] The Program Manager shall assume control of the initial product baseline at the Critical Design Review (CDR) for all Class 1 configuration changes.

    DoD-published indices to measure escalation, as the indices for Research, Development, Testing, and Evaluation (RDT&E) and Procurement reflect inflation and generalized expenditure rates. They are not developed based on DoD’s pricing experience or industry trends.2 Although escalation in a given program may match the DoD index, this. What act made government acquisition processes more efficient by using commercial practices raised DoD Regulation R What act made government acquisition processes more efficient by.

    Acquisition and Technology, Committee on Armed Services, U. S. Senate August BEST PRACTICES Commercial Quality Assurance Practices Offer Improvements for DOD GOA years - GAO/NSIAD to the acquisition of commercial items, or that are determined to be consistent with customary commercial practice. FAR (d) clearly states that despite prescriptions contained elsewhere in the FAR, when acquiring commercial items, Contracting Officers shall be required to use only those provisions/clauses as prescribed in FAR Part


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Using commercial practices in DOD acquisition by Bruce D Sweeny Download PDF EPUB FB2

Led technological innovation since DoD needs to increase access to an expanded supplier base—bringing new and emerging technologies to bear in support of our national defense objectives.

Access to commercial items and practices brings significant benefit to DoD File Size: 1MB. Get this from a library.

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Spencer Defense Systems Management College [Fort Belvoir, Va.?]   Do commercial practices trivialize the challenges of defense acquisition. In this paper, we consider the latest stage in the on-going organisational evolution of the defence procurement function in Australia which has been dominated by calls for an infusion of “commercial” acumen and discipline into Defence procurement arrangements.

Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO discussed the best practices that can improve the way the Department of Defense (DOD) buys major weapon noted that: (1) on the basis of the work GAO has done over the past 3 years, GAO believes the best practices of leading commercial firms can be used to improve the development of technology and weapon systems in DOD.

a) This part shall be used for the acquisition of supplies or services that meet the definition of commercial items at (b) Contracting officers shall use the policies in this part in conjunction with the policies and procedures for solicitation, evaluation and award prescribed in p Simplified Acquisition Procedures; p Sealed Bidding; or p Contracting by Negotiation.

The Department of Defense (DoD) has robust processes for developing its own high-tech solutions and it has developed strong partnerships with major suppliers of military technologies. However, the commercial technology arena, which is full of start-up companies and small businesses, generates a gigantic market for science and technology.

Commercial Acquisition and Practices in the Department of Defense (ABA) Addresses the changes made in DoD as a result of FASA and FARA. Acquisition of commercial items consistent with commercial practices requires consideration of three parts of the FAR: P Market Research, P Describing Agency's Needs, and P Acquisition of.

DoD Cloud Acquisition Guidebook November - Version 7 15 December DoD CIO memo regarding Updated Guidance on the Acquisition and Use of Commercial Cloud Computing Services defines The Federal and Department of Defense (DoD) Cloud Computing Strategies.

Commercial Best Practices and the DoD Acquisition Process lished an independent advanced product development platform team that develops conceptual vehicles that meet time-phased technology goals five to ten years into the future.

During the development of these advanced concept vehicles, the engineers and designers identify technologies, pro. Commercial practices in DOD acquisition Responsibility: report of the Defense Systems Management College Military Research Fellows, Bruce D.

Sweeny, Charles A. Perkins, Alan C. Spencer. The Department of Defense (DoD) generally buys major weapon systems through the defense acquisition system, a process that is highly tailorable but still built around the assumption that the DoD will compensate suppliers for product development, contract through Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations and be heavily involved in all aspects of the product life cycle.

acquisition programs, and commercial industry’s treatment of risk. The results of the study served as the basis for the risk management section () in the Defense Acquisition Deskbook. The study also identified the need to update existing risk training material to reflect the new way DoD conducts business.

ACQUISITION AND TECHNOLOGY. The Department of Defense (DoD) generally buys major weapon systems through the defense acquisition system, a process that is highly tailorable but still built around the assumption that the DoD will compensate suppliers for product development, contract through Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations (DFARS) and be heavily involved in all aspects of the product life cycle.

When leveraged appropriately, OTs provide the Government with access to state-of-the-art technology solutions from traditional and Non-Traditional Defense Contractors An entity that is not currently performing and has not performed, for at least the one-year period preceding the solicitation of sources by DoD for the procurement or transaction.

The purpose of this guide is to 1) assist DoD contract specialists responsible for preparing competitive solicitations for the acquisition of commercial items using FAR Part 12 procedures, 2) assist DoD contracting officers or other DoD contracting personnel responsible for ensuring the quality of these solicitations prior to their release, and.

The ultimate Air Force objective is to expand the DoD industrial base while conducting business in highly flexible ways. Finally, in Januarythe Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment released official policy and a handbook centered on DoD’s Adaptive Acquisition Framework (AAF).

The Defense Commercial Solutions Opening (CSO) Pilot is a competitive program authorized by Section of the FY17 NDAA to obtain solutions or new capabilities that fulfill requirements, close capability gaps, or provide potential technological advances. CSO procedures are similar to those for Broad Agency Announcements (BAAs), with the exception that a CSO can be used to acquire innovative.

The Department of Defense (DoD) is interested in increasing its use of similar kinds of alternate parts and repairs. This report assesses the feasibility and extent to which DoD might decrease its aircraft operating and support costs without a loss of safety or reliability through the increase in the use of non-OEM parts and repairs.

PART 12 – ACQUISITION OF COMMERCIAL ITEMS (Revised through PROCLTR ) TABLE OF CONTENTS. SUBPART – ACQUISITION OF COMMERCIAL ITEMS – GENERAL. Applicability. SUBPART – SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ACQUISITION OF COMMERCIAL ITEMS. Contract quality assurance.

The Guidebook is aligned with DoD Instruction (DoDI)DoDIDoDIthe Defense Acquisition University’s (DAU) Introduction to Cloud Computing (CLE ), and the Defense Acquisition Guidebook (DAG). Other key references include: 15 December DoD CIO memo regarding Updated Guidance on the Acquisition and Use of Commercial.

Industry best practices show that adding unnecessary layers of other decision makers to the acquisition process obviates the benefits derived from the common commercial practice .