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Ten Tangible Techniques to Trim Time

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Belongs to Collection: Acquisition Seminars - 2016

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FAI, "Ten Tangible Techniques to Trim Time," FAI Media Library, accessed December 7, 2022 05:31, https://www.fai.gov/media-library/item/ten-tangible-techniques-trim-time

Summary


During this seminar, you will learn how to eliminate or reduce practices that aren’t mandated by law, regulation, or local policy, that don’t add value to the acquisition life cycle, or that haven’t resulted from identified risk or vulnerability to the agency.

Description


Rules, rules, and more rules and the “need for speed!” Sound familiar? Continuing resolutions, fiscal realities, more complex requirements, and contracting oversight add layers of complexity to an already stressed federal acquisition system. During this seminar, you will:
 

  • learn how to eliminate or reduce practices that aren’t mandated by law, regulation, or local policy, that don’t add value to the acquisition life cycle, or that haven’t resulted from identified risk or vulnerability to the agency, and
  • hear 10 tangible techniques for streamlining acquisition practices and improving efficiency in the federal acquisition system. These innovative tips are rooted in the FAR Guiding Principles to minimize administrative operating costs.

Additionally, attendees will leave the session with creative ideas ready for immediate application within teams and organizations to more efficiently execute the acquisition function in support of agency missions.

Don’t delay - register now for this Acquisition Seminar so you can learn the ten tangible techniques to trim your acquisition time!

If you are a federal acquisition workforce member and would like to receive continuous learning points (CLPs) for viewing this recording, you can sign up for the event via the FAI CSOD.

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