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DHS continues to develop its acquisition oversight function and has begun to implement a revised acquisition management directive that includes more detailed guidance for programs to use when informing component and departmental decision making.
DLA was chosen because it currently supports the combatant commands and geographical areas needing the services, it already has the mission of sustainment support, and it has acquisition management experience.
The Defense Systems Acquisition Management Course meets the needs of defense industry acquisition managers today's dynamic environment, providing the latest information related to acquisition policy, reform initiatives procedures and processes.
Future FAA tasking under this contract will capitalize on Titan's technical capabilities in the areas of air traffic control automation, communication, navigation, surveillance, telecommunications, program management, acquisition management, and business process reengineering.
IRETON, FELLOW, is director of the Acquisition Management Consulting and Training Group, Advanced Systems Development, Inc., in Saratoga, California.
19 February 2014 - US cybersecurity solutions specialist Tangible Security Inc said today it had taken over local provider of information assurance and acquisition management services A&N Associates Inc.
RDML Dussault is now serving as Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Acquisition Management), Washington, D.C.
Scottie Knott, the Defense Logistics Agency's director of acquisition management, received the Defense Department's highest civilian award in a Pentagon ceremony Oct.
Students can transfer credits earned in the AABC to Webster and use them to meet requirements for master's degrees in business administration, computer resources and information management, and procurement and acquisition management. The students will save $4,500 to $6,000 in tuition costs by transferring AABC credits to Webster.
This checklist reflects JFMIP's Acquisition/Financial Systems Interface Requirements (JFMIP-SR-02-02, June 2002), a publication that addresses the shared information requirements between federal financial and acquisition management systems.
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