Guidelines For Creating and Maintaining a Competitive Environment for Supplies and Services in the Department of Defense
OFFICE OF THE UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (ACQUISITION TECHNOLOGY AND LOGISTICS) WASHINGTON DC
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These guidelines were developed as a result of the Under Secretary of Defense, Acquisition, Technology and Logistics USDATL Better Buying Power 2.0 BBP 2.0 Achieving Greater Efficiency and Productivity in Defense Spending initiative in which seven areas were identified for achieving greater efficiency and productivity in defense spending. Area 5, entitled Promote Effective Competition, further identified emphasizing competition strategies and creating and maintaining competitive environments as an opportunity for improving our competitive posture within the Department. These guidelines are intended to complement and work in concert with the four overarching principles identified in BBP 2.0 to 1 think and not default to the school solution 2 attract, train and empower acquisition professionals 3 start with the basics the acquisition fundamentals work and 4 streamline decision making.
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