The “Ten Tangible Techniques to Trim Time” Acquisition Seminar highlighted 10 tips to promote acquisition efficiencies. Today’s featured technique: Tip #5: Establish an Appropriate Technical Evaluation Panel that is based on the size and complexity of the procurement, and be reminded that members of the panel do NOT need to all be COR-certified!
The DAU curriculum development team is seeking students to help with the development and deployment of ACQ 160 to provide the best training for future ACQ 160 students. The pilot course will be conducted June 7-21, 2016.
Effective March 31, 2016, the FAR requires the use of new Activity Address Codes (AACs) to identify both awarding and funding offices for procurement awards captured in the Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS).
The Federal Acquisition Institute is very pleased to issue its FAC-C and FAC-COR training schedule for 2016. While it may appear that there are fewer classes than FAI has provided in the past, more will be added if the demand necessitates.
Preparing Today's Workforce for Tomorrows Challenges
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