Defense Acquisition Workforce Planning

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Military Science, Defence strategy, planning & research, Personnel & human resources management, Political Science / Political Freedom & Security / General, USA, Technology & Industrial Arts, Armed Forces, Manpower planning, Personnel management, Procurement, United States, Mil
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Open LibraryOL11487296M
ISBN 100833034545
ISBN 139780833034540
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Description Defense Acquisition Workforce Planning FB2

Life Cycle Sustainment. Manpower Planning & Human Systems Integration. Information Technology & Business Systems. Intelligence Support & Acquisition. Acquisition of Services. Summarizes defense acquisition workforce analyses that RAND has undertaken in support of human capital strategic planning.

The Office of Management and Budget's Acquisition Workforce Development Strategic Plan for Civilian Agencies by U.S. Government Accountability Office Kindle Edition.

The Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act, first enacted inestablishes a separate acquisition corps with its own accession, education, training, and career development requirements. The Acquisition Demonstration program, enacted six years later.

Description Summarizes defense acquisition workforce analysis that RAND has undertaken in support of human capital strategic planning. This book covers the civilian acquisition workforce, the careers of acquisition workforce senior executive service members, and the military acquisition workforce and its implications for the larger workforce.

A wide range of people and diverse skills are necessary to plan, develop, and execute an acquisition of services through its life cycle. The Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) establishes requirements for the effective management of the Acquisition Workforce (AWF) through standardized education, experience, and Size: KB.

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The objective of civilian strategic workforce planning is to ensure the availability and readiness of personnel to carry out the current and future roles and missions of the Department of Defense (DoD). This guide is intended to serve as a resource for workforce planning teams (WPTs) thatFile Size: 1MB.

Originally published in and updated in andthis Plan updates projected workforce needs and: • Presents an updated acquisition workforce profile. • Extends the workforce planning horizon through FY • Further defines FAA professions included in the acquisition workforce.

Recommendation: The Secretary of Defense should ensure that the Component Acquisition Executives provide non-acquisition personnel training needs to the Defense Acquisition University as part of the annual planning, programming, budgeting, and execution process.

(Recommendation 2). The future of defense acquisition is fast and agile, and we work closely with our partners and end Chief of Wing Mission Planning Cell in the 51st Fighter Wing at Osan Air Base, then and as a She is Level III Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act certified in Program Management; Systems Planning, Research,File Size: 4MB.

Find out how the Army was able to get better data analysis and integration. Partnership helps Defense acquisition professionals improve their knowledge of software cost estimating capabilities, policies, and training. We've refined and relaunched the Adaptive Acquisition Framework website. The new site now includes all of the latest DoD Uniform Implementation.

The Secretary shall ensure that, to the maximum extent practicable, acquisition workforce policies and procedures established in accordance with this chapter are uniform in their implementation throughout the Department of Defense. DoD DirectiveUnder Secretary of Defense for Acquisition.

He has 40 years of experience in contracting and acquisition. Fowler currently serves as the Learning Director (Acquisition Law) for the Defense Acquisition University (DAU).

Prior to joining DAU, he was a partner in the law firm of Proffitt & Fowler and has been an administrative law judge for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Selection and Placement of Civilians in Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Workforce Positions Octo I REFERENCES A.

Ti United States Code, Chap Defense Acquisition Workforce, SectionsDefense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) ofas amended by SectionPublic Law (PL) No. The Department of the Navy (DON) Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DA WIA) Operating Guide is issued under the authority of DoD Instruction"Operation ofthe Defense.

Acquisition Workforce Development Fund (DAWDF), Washington Headquarters Service (WHS), OIG, Defense Media Activity (DMA), Defense Legal Services Agency (DLSA), U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (USCAAF)*, Defense Technology Security Administration (DTSA)File Size: 1MB.

DoD Workforce Development. Small business professionals (SBPs) are responsible for leading the acquisition workforce to maximize small business opportunities and achieving success in the Department’s Small Business Programs. To ensure that the Department of Defense (DoD) can attract, recruit, and retain SBPs of the highest caliber.

In a GAO report, “Defense Acquisition Workforce: Better Identification, Development, and Oversight Needed for Personnel Involved in Acquiring Services,” Septemberthe non-Acquisition Workforce were found to represent more than half of personnel involved in the services acquisitions under review.

The Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics (USD(AT&L)), through the newly established AT&L Workforce Senior Steering Board (SSB) and the AT&L WMG, will set overarching policies and requirements for Acquisition Corps membership. This program is a month, in-residence, senior leadership development program, conducted by the DAU at one of four SSCF seminar locations.

The document applies to all current Army Acquisition Workforce (AAW) civilians and non-AAW applicants (for example, from industry or the Department of Defense).

Febru The Department of Defense Civilian Acquisition Workforce Personnel Demonstration Project (AcqDemo) is a project designed to show that the DOD Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics workforce can be improved by providing civilian employees with a flexible, responsive personnel system that rewards employee contribution and provides managers with.

– 30, Acquisition Reform Initiative #4: Streamlining Test and Evaluation and Minimizing Redundant Testing (paras. 11 – 4 and. 14 – 3). o Adds a new chapter describing cybersecurity in the Defense Acquisition System (chap 14).

o Supersedes Army Directive – 29, Acquisition Reform Initiative #3: Improving the Integration and. The Defense Acquisition Workforce (10 USC Chapter 87 – Defense Acquisition Workforce) is responsible for the development of Department of Defense (DoD) individuals consist of military and civilian Program Managers (PM), Systems Engineers, Logisticians, Cost Estimators, Contract Officers, Finance and many more.

The management of the workforce falls under 10 USC Chapter 87. What GAO Found. The Department of Defense (DOD) has increased the size of its acquisition workforce from aboutin September to aboutin March The growth was accomplished by hiring additional civilian personnel, insourcing work previously performed by contractors, adding more military personnel.

Support the Department of Defense (DoD) with a professional, flexible, highly -skilled human capital logistics workforce that possess es the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to ensure readiness for winning the war across the spe ctrum of military operations.

The FY FY Acquisition Workforce Strategic Plan (Report to Congress) served to baseline key workforce information and was developed from HCI analysis in partnership with Defense Acquisition Workforce Functional Leaders and Components.

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Key information summaries for the entire Defense Acquisition Workforce. The Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce: Background, Analysis, and Questions Congressional Research Service Summary Congress and the executive branch have long been frustrated with waste, mismanagement, and fraud in defense acquisitions and have spent significant resources seeking to reform and improve the process.

support of the new hire initiative. An Army Acquisition Workforce Growth Taskforce was established in January to capture specific organization input and ACF designation with regard to the new hires.

– The Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund Background. Section of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA),File Size: KB. The Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund (DAWDF) was established in to provide funds for the recruitment, training, and retention of acquisition personnel.

The fund, which is financed by a combination of direct appropriations and funds provided by military departments and defense agencies, is meant to pay for initiatives in three major categories: recruit and hire new Author: John A Ausink, Lisa M Harrington, Laura Werber, William A Williams, John Jr E Boon, Michael H Powell.

In Pathways to Transformation, NDIA advocated for improved workforce planning, making the Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund (DAWDF) permanent, and authorities to retain retirement-eligible, critical acquisition civil service employees.

The defense acquisition workforce (AW), which includes more thanmilitary and civilian personnel, is responsible for providing a wide range of acquisition, technology, and logistics support (products and services) to the nation’s warfighters.Defense Acquisition Workforce: Better Identification, Development, and Oversight Needed for Personnel Involved in Acquiring Services.

GAO Washington, D.C.: Septem Department of Defense: Additional Actions and Data Are Needed to Effectively Manage and Oversee DOD’s Acquisition Workforce. GAOFile Size: 2MB.Defense acquisition workforce, actions needed to guide planning efforts and improve workforce capability: report to congressional committees.

[United States. Government Accountability Office,] -- "This report examines DOD's efforts to rebuild its acquisition workforce."