AWiA

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AWiAAustralian Women in Agriculture
AWiAAnimals Within Animals
AWiAAdults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act
AWiAAizu Wakamatsu International Association
AWiAAustralian Wire Industry Association
AWiAAustralasian Wire Industry Association, Inc.
AWiAAmerican Windsurfing Industry Association
AWiAAdrian Wilson International Associates
AWiAAlabama Workforce Investment Area
AWiAAll Who I Am (spirituality)
AWiAAsian Women Immigrant Advocates
AWiAAcquisition Workforce Improvement Act
AWiAAssociation for Women in Agriculture
AWiAAssociation of Women Intercollegiate Athletics
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The director of the DPAP is also the functional advisor for contracting and has a contracting functional IPT to recommend changes to the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) courses for contracting personnel.
Well, in 1990, Congress enacted the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) to address the negative press with the goal of improving acquisition outcomes.
The acquisition field is replete with courses offered by government and industry on foundational learning subjects that are required by the Department of Defense under the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) and by the Federal Acquisition Institute for civilian agencies.
She is Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act Level III certified in contracting, DAWIA Level I certified in program management, a member of the Defense Acquisition Corps and trained in contingency contracting.
The DOD created the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) for professionals in the acquisition workforce.
The Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) requires the Secretary of Defense establish education, training, and career development standards for persons serving in acquisition positions in the department (Grosson et al., 2008).
Although this training is sometimes challenging to attain if the position is not formally coded under the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA), there are on-line courses that can be taken and wait lists for classroom courses.
All Department of Defense personnel must meet the experience and training requirements set forth by DAU and the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act before they can become certified in any acquisition discipline.
CCAS team members are active duty members, reservists and civilians who are Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWLA) qualified.
Such measures have already been implemented within the DOD to include the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act, designed to promote the workforce's professionalism by requiring acquisition individuals to attain core competencies.
In 1990, the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) became public law (United States Code Title 10, Chapter 87).
Its standards may be more similar to DOD acquisition professionals' Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act.
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