Acquisition Award Program Award Winners - 2010

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(Individual)

Ms. Soraya Correa

Department of Homeland Security

Ms. Soraya Correa is the Director and Head of Contracting Activity (HCA) for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Procurement Operations (OPO). Ms. Correa’s FirstSource solution has helped drive operational savings and transparency across OPO and component   buying organizations by automating competition documentation, increasing productivity, and creating more time to achieve negotiated savings on complex procurements.  Under Ms. Correa’s direction, OPO has become a change agent in the fight against contract   inefficiencies, directly aligning the agency with the initiatives and mandates set forth by President Obama and Mr. Orzag in the July 29, 2009 OMB Memorandum requiring better acquisition processes and acquisition related programs.

 

(Team Award)

The Military OneSource Program

Department of Defense, Department of Interior

The Military OneSource Program (MOS) was created by the Military Community and Family Policy (MC&FP) Office within the Department of Defense (DoD) in 2002 to support military personnel and their families as a result of the Global War on Terror (GWOT).  The Team worked    toward maximizing competition, and meeting DoD’s commitment to increase utilization of small business   concerns, particularly Ability One firms, Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses and Veteran Owned Small Businesses. The team structured the fixed price contract to allow for surge requirements and other military contingencies which cannot be fully predicted. Lastly, and most importantly, they sought to ensure high quality performance to serve our military families.

Through the efforts of the Military OneSource Program Team, service members and their families can now have greater confidence that they will continue to be supported in all facets of their lives, which is critically important as deployments and casualties of the war continue.

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