Is commercial item acquisition the pathway for the Department of Defense (DoD) to fulfill its goal of having better access to the latest technological advances, and do DoD’s current acquisition rules and regulations hinder that goal?
Do commercial contractors think selling to the Federal Government, particularly to the DoD, is a worthwhile endeavor?
Are there too many DoD procurement regulations; and are the current regulations relevant?
A body of experts commissioned by Congress in the FY16 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) is addressing these questions and more. According to its charter, the Section 809 Advisory Panel on Streamlining …read more
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