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Title: War Of the Acquisition Reformers: 809 Panel Defends New Commercial Approach
Authors: David Drabkin
Sam Kidd
Keywords: Section 809 Panel
Commercial Buying
Acquisition Reform
Dynamic Marketplace
Supply Chain Management
Barriers to Entry
Other Transaction (OT)
Issue Date: 30-Apr-2019
Publisher: Breaking Defense
Citation: Unlimited Distribution
Series/Report no.: Media - SEC809
SEC809-RL-19-0074
Abstract: Peter Levine and Bill Greenwalt misconstrue aspects of the 809 Panel's report and the work of others who influenced the panel's thinking, and fail to recognize that there are problems plaguing the big acquisition system that go beyond the procurement related laws and regulations. Our proposal of implementable solutions to the real problems facing the acquisition system set the stage for a constructive debate over how to modernize the system and more effectively procure products and services that are readily available in the private sector marketplace. This radically new approach´┐Ż is only new to federal procurement. It is a reflection of how successful companies manage and grow their supply chains.
Description: https://breakingdefense.com/2019/04/war-of-the-acquisition-reformers-809-panel-defends-new-commercial-approach/
URI: https://dair.nps.edu/handle/123456789/2948
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