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DoD 5000.02 Instruction
  
The National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA)
Industry Associations
  
The Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA)
OSD organizations
  
703-614-2496ONR, Services Contracting Issues
Contracting With EVM
  
OSD EVM Contract Requirements Checklist
Contract Requirements Checklist (as of 3 July 2007) - Published by the Office of Secretary of Defense ((OSD), last updated on 3 July 2007), this Earned Value Management (EVM) Contract Requirements Checklist is a useful guide including key elements of contractual EVM(s) obligations. The checklist includes basic requirements for EVM compliance, SOW paragraphs, DFARS clauses, Data requirements (CDRL), IBR requirements, Award Fee criteria and Performance Management thresholds. See this website's Contracts Requirement Toolkit for more details on contract requirements.
Contracting With EVM
Contracting With EVM
  
Notice of Earned Value Management System (Apr 2008), DFARS 252.234-7001
Contracting With EVM
Contracting With EVM
  
Earned Value Management System (May 2011), DFARS 252.234-7002
Contracting With EVM
Contracting With EVM
  
Contractor Business Systems (May 2011), DFARS 252.242-7005
Contracting With EVM
Contracting With EVM
  
IPMR DID
Current policy as of 1 July 2012 where EVM is required.
Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
Contracting With EVM
  
Contract Funds Status Report DID
Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
Contracting With EVM
  
Contract Work Breakdown Structure DID
Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
Contracting With EVM
  
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
Contracting With EVM
  
Extensible Markup Language (XML)
Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
Contracting With EVM
  
United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT)
Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
Contracting With EVM
  
New MIL-STD-881C Work Breakdown Structures for Defense Materiel Items
Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
Contracting With EVM
  
Contract Performance Report DID

Prior 2005 policy, obsolete as of 1 July 2012. Please see the IPMR link above for current policy

Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
Contracting With EVM
  
Integrated Master Schedule DID

Prior 2005 policy, obsolete as of 1 July 2012. Please see the IPMR link above for current policy

Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
Contracting With EVM
  
CPR Formats 1-5
Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
Current Solicitations
  
http://www.ccr.gov/
Central Contractor Registration (CCR) is a single database of basic business information from contractors that want to do business with the Department of Defense (DoD). Contractors MUST be registered in CCR in order to do business with the Department of Defense.
Department of Defense
  
Doing Business with the Department of Defense
This powerful search engine site provides links to the Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization Office, Defense Logistics Agency and other resources for selling to the military agencies.
Department of Defense
  
The AbilityOne Program DPAP Section
The AbilityOne Program is the largest source of employment, on Federal contracts, for individuals who are blind or have other severe disabilities in the United States. Established in 1938, the program is administered by the Committee for Purchase From People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled, an independent Federal agency, with assistance from National Industries for the Blind (NIB) and NISH-Creating Employment Opportunities for People with Severe Disabilities.
Department of Defense
  
Committee For Purchase From People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled
The AbilityOne Program is the largest source of employment, on Federal contracts, for individuals who are blind or have other severe disabilities in the United States. Established in 1938, the program is administered by the Committee for Purchase From People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled, an independent Federal agency, with assistance from National Industries for the Blind (NIB) and NISH-Creating Employment Opportunities for People with Severe Disabilities.
Department of Defense
  
AbilityOne Program
The AbilityOne Program is the largest source of employment, on Federal contracts, for individuals who are blind or have other severe disabilities in the United States. Established in 1938, the program is administered by the Committee for Purchase From People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled, an independent Federal agency, with assistance from National Industries for the Blind (NIB) and NISH-Creating Employment Opportunities for People with Severe Disabilities.
Department of Defense
  
Mentor Protege Program (MPP)
​This site provides information to large businesses who wish to participate in the program as mentors and small businesses and others who wish to participate as protege's.
Department of Defense
  
DoD Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)
​The SBIR program funds research and development projects at small technology companies. The projects funded serve a DoD need and are expected to have commercial applications. This web site describes the program.
Department of Defense
  
Subcontracting Opportunities
The publication exclusively addresses the defense subcontracting opportunities market. The DoD encourages small business and small disadvantaged business to enter the defense subcontracting market. By entering the market, goods and services flow to strengthen national security and the defense industrial base.
Department of Defense
  
DoD Small Business Specialists
The Military Services and Defense Agencies have contracting offices located throughout the United States. Each service and agency has an Office of the Director of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization. They also have small business specialists at each of their procurement and contract management offices to assist small businesses, small disadvantaged businesses, and women-owned small businesses firms in marketing their products and services with the DoD. These specialists provide information and guidance on (1) defense procurement procedures, (2) how to be placed on the solicitation mailing lists, and (3) how to identify prime contract and subcontract opportunities.
Department of Defense
  
CCR
Central Contractor Registration (CCR) is a single database of basic business information from contractors that want to do business with the Department of Defense (DoD). Contractors MUST be registered in CCR in order to do business with the Department of Defense.
Department of Defense
  
DoD Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization
This website contains information on DoD programs that benefit small businesses and DoD business opportunities.
Department of the Navy
  
http://www.donhq.navy.mil/osbp/
The goal of the Navy Office of Small Business Programs is to assist small business entrepreneurs' navigation through the Department's decentralized acquisition program to ensure the Warfighter receives quality products. The Navy has and will continue to support small business participation as both prime and subcontractors. The Department of the Navy embraces the critical role of small businesses in maintaining the strength of our naval capability and the nation's economy by focusing on leadership, teamwork, customer service, and mutually beneficial partnerships.
Department of the Navy
  
http://www.navy-nex.com
​This web site provides information on quality goods and services at a savings and to support quality of life programs. The retail stores and many services offered by Navy Exchange Service Command makes it an important quality of life benefit to customers, active duty, family members, retirees, national guard, and reservists around the world, both ashore and at sea. Within the Navy Exchange System are five primary business units. These include Navy Exchange retail stores and services, Navy Lodges, the Navy Uniform Program, the Ship Store Program, and Telecommunications.
Department of the Navy
  
http://itec-direct.navy.mil
The Information Technology Electronic Commerce (ITEC) program provides commercially available, Department of Navy (DON) standard compliant Information Technology (IT) products and services. ITEC Direct leverages technology to give Department of Defense (DoD) customers a fast and easy way to electronically locate, compare, and order IT hardware, software and services.
Department of the Navy
  
http://www.onr.navy.mil/sbir/
This site provides information on how to participate in the Department of the Navy's SBIR program. The SBIR program funds research and development projects at small technology companies. The projects funded serve a DoN need and are expected to have commercial applications.
Department of the Navy
  
http://www.hq.navy.mil/sadbu/marketing.htm
Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization - Marketing the Navy
Department of the Navy
  
https://www.neco.navy.mil/
This site is your link to the world of Navy Electronic Business Opportunities. It is the centerpiece of the Navy's strategy to convert to paperless processes in accordance with the DoD direction. All Navy business opportunities are either on this site or linked to it.
DON Contracting Activities
  
http://www.navsea.navy.mil/
DON Contracting Activities
  
http://www.navair.navy.mil/
DON Contracting Activities
  
http://www.navsup.navy.mil/
DON Contracting Activities
  
http://www.navicp.navy.mil/
DON Contracting Activities
  
http://www.marcorsyscom.usmc.mil
DON Contracting Activities
  
http://www.msc.navy.mil/
The Military Sealift Command provides ocean transportation of equipment, fuel, supplies and ammunition to sustain U.S. forces worldwide during peacetime and in war for as long as operational requirements dictate. During a war, more than 95 percent of all the equipment and supplies needed to sustain the U.S. military are carried by sea.
DON Contracting Activities
  
http://www.onr.navy.mil/
The Office of Naval Research (ONR) coordinates, executes, and promotes the science and technology programs of the United States Navy and Marine Corps through universities, government laboratories, and nonprofit and for-profit organizations. It provides technical advice to the Chief of Naval Operations and the Secretary of the Navy, works with industry to improve technology manufacturing processes while reducing fleet costs, and fosters continuing academic interest in naval relevant science from the high school through post-doctoral levels.
DON Contracting Activities
  
http://www.navfac.navy.mil
DON Contracting Activities
  
http://www.spawar.navy.mil
DON Contracting Activities
  
https://e-commerce.spawar.navy.mil
DON Contracting Activities
  
http://www.hqmc.usmc.mil/ilweb.nsf
DON IUID Policy and Implementation Policy
  
OUSD (AT&L) Memo dated 29 July 2003
​Policy for Unique Identification (UID) of Tangible Items: New Equipment, Major Modifications, and Reprocurements of Equipment and Spares.
DON IUID Policy and Implementation Policy
  
OUSD (AT&L) Memo dated 29 July 2003
Policy for Unique Identification (UID) of Tangible Items: New Equipment, Major Modifications, and Reprocurements of Equipment and Spares.
DON IUID Policy and Implementation Policy
  
OUSD (AT&L) Memo dated 23 December 2004
Policy for Unique Identification (UID) of tangible personal property legacy items in inventory and operational use, including Government-furnished property.
DON IUID Policy and Implementation Policy
  
OUSD (AT&L) Memo dated 12 May 2005
Policy update for Item Unique Identification (IUID) of tangible personal property, including Government property in the possession of contractors.
DON IUID Policy and Implementation Policy
  
OU SD (AT&L) Memo dated 30 December 2010
Item Unique Identification (IUID) of tangible personal property – policy refinement for secondary items in use or in inventory.
DON IUID Policy and Implementation Policy
  
DFARS 252.211-7007
This section of the DFARS covers the reporting, registration and procedures of Government-furnished property into the IUID Registry.
DON IUID Policy and Implementation Policy
  
Department of Defense Instruction (DODI) 4151.19
​Serialized Item Management (SIM) for Material Maintenance.
DON IUID Policy and Implementation Policy
  
SECNAVINST 4440.34
The DON instruction that establishes policy, including responsibilities necessary for implementation and management of IUID.
eBusiness
  
Navy Electric Commerce Online (NECO)
NECO is provided as a public service by the Naval Supply Systems Command(NAVSUP) procurement automation branch in Mechanicsburg, PA. Its purpose is to provide information that NAVSUP deems relevant to the Department of the Navy community, its industry partners, and the general public.NECO is mandated for use for the Department of Navy. It interfaces with Federal Business Opportunities (FBO).
DON eBUSINESS SOLUTIONS
eBusiness
  
Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS)


DON eBUSINESS SOLUTIONS
eBusiness
  
FedBizOpps (FBO)
FEDERAL INTEGRATED ACQUISITION ENVIRONMENT (IAE)
eBusiness
  
Federal Procurement Data System - Next Generation (FPDS-NG)
FEDERAL INTEGRATED ACQUISITION ENVIRONMENT (IAE)
eBusiness
  
Online Representations and Certifications Application (ORCA)
FEDERAL INTEGRATED ACQUISITION ENVIRONMENT (IAE)
eBusiness
  
Federal Technical Data Solution (FedTeDs)
FEDERAL INTEGRATED ACQUISITION ENVIRONMENT (IAE)
eBusiness
  
DON Application and Database Management System (DADMS)
DON INITIATIVES
eBusiness
  
PEOEIS
Access requires a CAC card, Click on "Request an Account" for first time users. Complete all field with red asterisk and request DASN (ACQ). Identify all subareas to which you require access.
DASN ALM Portal Request Information
eBusiness
  
Past Performance Information Retrieval System (PPIRS)
DON eBUSINESS SOLUTIONS
eBusiness
  
Standard Procurement System (SPS)
DON eBUSINESS SOLUTIONS
eBusiness
  
Wide Area Workflow (WAWF)
DON eBUSINESS SOLUTIONS
eBusiness
  
Electronic Document Access (EDA)
DON eBUSINESS SOLUTIONS
eBusiness
  
Procurement Data Standard (PDS)
DON eBUSINESS SOLUTIONS
eBusiness
  
Functional Area Management (FAM)
DON INITIATIVES
eBusiness
  
Contract Closeout
DON INITIATIVES
Federal Policy
  
OMB Circular A-11 (Part 7, Planning Budgeting, Acquisition & Management of Capital Assets)
Federal Policy
  
FAR Post Award Orientation
Federal Policy
  
GAO Cost Estimating and Assessment Guide
3/2/2009, Guide GAO uses for audits. Some EVM applicability.
Federal Policy
  
GAO Schedule Assessment Guide (Draft)
Best Practices for Project Schedules—Exposure Draft GAO-12-120G, May 30, 2012
Find Business Opportunities
  
https://www.neco.navy.mil/
This site is your link to the world of Navy Electronic Business Opportunities. It is the centerpiece of the Navy's strategy to convert to paperless processes in accordance with the DoD direction. All Navy business opportunities are either on this site or linked to it.
Find Business Opportunities
  
http://www.fedbizopps.gov/
FedBizOpps has been designated as the single source for federal government procurement opportunities that exceed $25,000.
Guides and Points of Contact
  
http://www.navy.mil
The Official Web Site of the United States Navy.
Guides and Points of Contact
  
http://www.spl.usace.army.mil/deb/small.pdf
A Guide for Small Business, Small and Disadvantaged Business, and Women-Owned Business.
Guides and Points of Contact
  
http://acquisition.gov/far/index.html
Federal Acquisition Regulation Web Site.
Guides and Points of Contact
  
http://www.acq.osd.mil/dpap/dars/dfars/index.htm
Defense FAR Supplement.
Links
  
https://www.safaq.hq.af.mil/career/
This site is designed to assist acquisition workforce members with professional development.
Air Force Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.safaq.hq.af.mil/contracting/toolkit
A web site dedicated to FAR related documents and web sites.
Air Force Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.afit.edu
The Air Force Institute of Technology has met the ever changing and challenging scientific, engineering, and technical management needs of the United States Air Force and the Department of Defense through its graduate and continuing education programs. Also access to AFIT library resources.
Air Force Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.safaq.hq.af.mil
Home page for Secretary of the Air Force, Acquisition (SAF/AQ).
Air Force Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.almc.army.mil
ALMC is an affiliate of the Defense Acquisition University (DAU), a consortium of schools established to raise the level of professionalism of the DOD acquisition workforce. ALMC has two schools in its major operating elements: The School of Systems and Acquisition Management and the School of Logistics Science present courses in logistics leader development, acquisition management, purchasing, integrated logistics support planning, materiel management, and disposal operations management. They also offer courses in installation management, environmental management, hazardous materials handling, financial management, decision risk analysis, and quantitative analytical techniques.
Army Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.amc.army.mil/amc/rda/rda-ac/spi/spi-army.htm
This website is the Army's single point of reference for SPI policy, news and other information.
Army Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.bmpcoe.org
The Best Manufacturing Practices (BMP) web site is the source for best practices and innovative technologies. The BMP Program is a unique industry and government cooperative technology transfer effort that improves the global competitiveness of the U.S. industrial base. The primary objective toward this goal is simple: to identify and validate best practices, document them, and then encourage industry, government, and academia to share information about them. By fostering the sharing of best practices, BMP has become a national resource in helping organizations benchmark with the best, learn from others, attempts, and avoid costly and time-consuming duplication. The BMP Center of Excellence is a partnership among the Office of Naval Research's BMP Program; the Department of Commerce's Bureau of Export Administration; and the University of Maryland's Engineering Research Center.
Best Practices
Links
  
http://www.fedbizopps.gov/
FedBizOpps has been designated as the single source for federal government procurement opportunities that exceed $25,000.
Business Opportunities Links
Links
  
http://www.donhq.navy.mil/osbp/
The goal of the Navy Office of Small Business Programs is to assist small business entrepreneurs’ navigation through the Department's decentralized acquisition program to ensure the Warfighter receives quality products. The Navy has and will continue to support small business participation as both prime and subcontractors. The Department of the Navy embraces the critical role of small businesses in maintaining the strength of our naval capability and the nation's economy by focusing on leadership, teamwork, customer service, and mutually beneficial partnerships.
Business Opportunities Links
Links
  
https://www.neco.navy.mil/
This site is your link to the world of Navy Electronic Business Opportunities. It is the centerpiece of the Navy's strategy to convert to paperless processes in accordance with the DoD direction. All Navy business opportunities are either on this site or linked to it.
Business Opportunities Links
Links
  
https://asnrda.donhq.navy.mil/
ASN (RDA) has developed a live database called, "Dashboard".The purpose of Dashboard is to provide SECNAV, ASN (RDA), OPNAV, SYSCOMS, PEOs, DRPMs, and the Program Managers a tool to manage the various ACAT programs with consistent data throughout the chain of command. The database was built from the latest DAES reports, PSDs, and the OSD budget submission in Dec 03 for all ACAT I and II programs.

To access DASHBOARD reports:

    First access https://asnrda.donhq.navy.mil/ and use your account and password.
    On the Left hand menu select "Acquisition Programmatics and Analysis "

To enter Data in DASHBOARD:

Access DASHBOARD at https://asnrda.donhq.navy.mil/dashboarddata/login.asp . You must have a valid account and password to access this protected site.
DASHBOARD
Links
  
http://www.almc.army.mil
ALMC is an affiliate of the Defense Acquisition University (DAU), a consortium of schools established to raise the level of professionalism of the DOD acquisition workforce. ALMC has two schools in its major operating elements: The School of Systems and Acquisition Management and the School of Logistics Science present courses in logistics leader development, acquisition management, purchasing, integrated logistics support planning, materiel management, and disposal operations management. They also offer courses in installation management, environmental management, hazardous materials handling, financial management, decision risk analysis, and quantitative analytical techniques.
Defense Education
Links
  
https://www.spider.hpc.navy.mil/
This site is the Human Performance Center's HPC SPIDER, the Navy's premier online resource for human performance and training technology for lifelong learning. Evolving from the OTT SPIDER, the HPC SPIDER provides a wide range of information to help you analyze performance requirements and use the latest training research to develop system or training solutions, integrate learning tools, and evaluate results.
Defense Education
Links
  
http://www.dau.mil/regions/dsmc_spm.asp
The Defense Systems Management College (DSMC) provides systems acquisition education and training for the people responsible for acquiring weapon systems. The College offers advanced courses of study which are designed to prepare selected military officers and civilians for responsible positions in program management and other associated acquisition functions. Contains links to the courses and DSMC publications.
Defense Education
Links
  
http://www.fai.gov/
The Federal Acquisition Institute (FAI) has worked for more than a decade to foster and promote Government-wide career management programs for a professional procurement work force so that they become effective business leaders.
Defense Education
Links
  
http://www.ntu.edu
National Technological University has become the NTU School of Engineering and Applied Science at Walden University. Association with Walden allows NTU to expand its resources to improve and develop new online distance learning programs. This association also allows NTU to provide more complete, cost effective, and higher quality university services.
Defense Education
Links
  
http://www.AmericaSupportsYou.mil


DoD Organizations
Links
  
http://www.hq.navy.mil/RDA/
DoD Organizations
Links
  
http://www.acq.osd.mil/dpap/
DoD Organizations
Links
  
http://www.navy.mil/
DoD Organizations
Links
  
http://www.navyjobs.com/
DoD Organizations
Links
  
http://www.usmc.mil/
DoD Organizations
Links
  
http://www.marines.com/
DoD Organizations
Links
  
http://acquisition.gov/
Acquisition Central includes Federal Acquisition Regulations, OFPP, Acquisition Advisory Panel (SARA Panel), Interagency Councils, GSAM, Acquisition Center of Excellence (ACE) for Services, Ida Ustad Award, and Seven Steps to Performance Based Services Acquisition Guide.
Federal Government
Links
  
http://www.pr.doe.gov
The E-Center is the Department of Energy's web site for information on doing business with the Department of Energy, including viewing current business opportunities, registering to receive notification of new business opportunities, and obtaining information and guidance on the acquisition and financial assistance award process. Are you a Government or private sector professional seeking statutory and/or regulatory information in the areas of procurement, financial assistance, personal property, contractor human resources management, professional development, or business practices? The Professionals Homepage is a web site dedicated to providing information on these areas. Use the link below to access the site. Office of Procurement and Assistance Management Professionals Homepage (http://professionals.pr.doe.gov/ma5/ma-5web.nsf/?Open).
Federal Government
Links
  
http://fedbizopps.gov/
FedBizOpps.gov is the single government point-of-entry (GPE) for Federal government procurement opportunities over $25,000. Government buyers are able to publicize their business opportunities by posting information directly to FedBizOpps via the Internet. Through one portal - FedBizOpps - commercial vendors seeking Federal markets for their products and services can search, monitor and retrieve opportunities solicited by the entire Federal contracting community.
Federal Government
Links
  
http://www.fedstats.gov
FedStats is the new window on the full range of official statistical information available to the public from the Federal Government. Use the Internet's powerful linking and searching capabilities to track economic and population trends, health care costs, aviation safety, foreign trade, energy use, farm production, and more. Access official statistics collected and published by more than 70 Federal agencies without having to know in advance which agency produces them. Note: All of the statistical information available through FedStats is maintained and updated solely by Federal agencies on their own web servers.
Federal Government
Links
  
http://www.fedworld.gov
FedWorld offers a comprehensive central access point for searching, locating, ordering and acquiring government and business information. FedWorld offers the public broad access to information including 20 databases, ftp, bulletin board system, and subscriptions. FedWorld and NTIS offer simple, global access to government and business information in the most efficient and cost effective manner to you. NTIS is a self-supporting federal agency which does not receive appropriated government funds.
Federal Government
Links
  
http://nais.nasa.gov/fedproc/home.html
The Federal Acquisition Jumpstation links you to Internet sites of federal procurement information. This page is designed to provide the business community a central starting point to quickly access federal procurement documents and establishing a "single face" for federal acquisitions. At destinations linked from this page, you can retrieve acquisition forecasts, announcements of upcoming and current acquisitions, solicitations, small business assistance information, plus federal acquisition regulations. Links include Departments of the Executive Branch: Agriculture / Commerce / Defense / DLA / Air Force / Army / Navy / Education / Energy / Health & Human Services / HUD / Interior / Justice / Labor / State /Transportation / Treasury / VA. Independent Agencies of the Executive Branch: Consumer Product Safety Commission / GPO / EPA / FCC / GSA / NASA / National Coordination Office for High Performance Computing & Communications / National Science Foundation / NTSB / NRC / Social Security Administration / U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) / U.S. Postal Service. Good Procurement Reference Library under Procurement Assistance.
Federal Government
Links
  
http://fast.faa.gov
FAA Acquisition System Toolset (FAST) is a One Stop Acquisition/Procurement Information System. FAST provides tailored policy, guidance, instructions, examples, best practices, lessons learned, references, and other related information for type of acquisition/contract. Includes tools and templates.
Federal Government
Links
  
http://www.firstgov.gov
FirstGov is a public-private partnership, led by a cross-agency board and administered by the Office of FirstGov in the GSA Office of Governmentwide Policy. In Sept 2000, we launched FirstGov.gov, the only official U.S. Government portal to 30 million pages of government information, services, and online transactions. Our site offers a powerful search engine that searches every word of every U.S. government document in a quarter of a second or less. FirstGov.gov also features a topical index, online transactions, links to state and local government, options to contact your government, and other tools so you don't have to know the name of the government agency to get the information you want. Catalyst for Electronic Government But we're much more than a cutting-edge website: We are working across government to accelerate the growth of a secure seamless, electronic government. We are encouraging cross-agency portals to serve specific customer groups such as those already created for kids, workers, seniors, and more. We are reaching out to businesses, non-profits, associations, and other groups. We have more than 90 FirstGov partners and the number is growing. We are transforming the way government at all levels deliver services to you and the way you interact with your government.
Federal Government
Links
  
http://www.fss.gsa.gov
Assures that the Federal Government's requirements for personal property and administrative services are efficiently met, all at the least cost to the taxpayer. FSS disposes of surplus Federal personal property through transfer among agencies, donations, or sales. Supply and Procurement: The products and services offered the Federal agencies run the gamut: office equipment and supplies, laboratory equipment, paint, tools, ADP equipment and software, copiers, furniture, vehicles, and an array of service contracts for such things as charge cards and financial management services. Travel and Transportation: Travel services include negotiated airline contracts, travel agency services, hotel and motel discounts, and a travel expense payment system. Transportation services provide for the efficient and economical movement of parcels, freight, and household goods. Vehicle Acquisition and Leasing Services: GSA Fleet provides vehicle services to Federal agencies, offering a modern fleet and timely replacement of vehicles, lower lease costs, professional maintenance management, and a selection of alternative-fuel vehicles.
Federal Government
Links
  
http://www.gao.gov
The General Accounting Office is the investigative arm of Congress. GAO supports the Congress in meeting its Constitutional responsibilities and to help improve the performance and ensure the accountability of the federal government for the American people. GAO examines the use of public funds, evaluates federal programs and activities, and provides analyses, options, recommendations, and other assistance to help the Congress make effective oversight, policy, and funding decisions. In this context, GAO works to continuously improve the economy, efficiency, and effectiveness of the federal government through financial audits, program reviews and evaluations, analyses, legal opinions, investigations, and other services.
Federal Government
Links
  
http://www.gsa.gov
One of the three central management agencies in the Federal Government. (The Office of Personnel Management and the Office of Management and Budget are the others.) The mission is to "..provide other federal agencies the workspace, products, services, technology, and policy they need to accomplish their missions." This includes the recognition that GSA must provide Federal agencies with the highest quality service at a competitive cost.
Federal Government
Links
  
http://www.gidep.org/

GIDEP (Government-Industry Data Exchange Program) is a cooperative activity between government and industry participants seeking to reduce or eliminate expenditures of resources by making maximum use of existing information. The program provides a media to exchange technical information essential during research, design, development, production and operational phases of the life cycle of systems, facilities and equipment.

Federal Government
Links
  
http://www.opm.gov
Wide variety of civilian personnel information from "the federal government's human resources agency".
Federal Government
Links
  
http://www.sbaonline.sba.gov
The U.S. Small Business Administration, established in 1953, provides financial, technical and management assistance to help Americans start, run, and grow their businesses. With a portfolio of business loans, loan guarantees and disaster loans worth more than $45 billion, in addition to a venture capital portfolio of $13 billion, SBA is the nation's largest single financial backer of small businesses. Last year, the SBA offered management and technical assistance to more than one million small business owners. The SBA also plays a major role in the government's disaster relief efforts by making low-interest recovery loans to both homeowners and businesses.
Federal Government
Links
  
http://www.ssa.gov/oag
SSA's business opportunities (RFPs and solicitations) are posted on the Federal Business Opportunities website. Information about SSA's Research and Demonstration Grant Programs. OAG is the procurement office of the Social Security Administration headquarters in Baltimore, Maryland. We are responsible for issuing and administering SSA contracts, purchases, and grants.
Federal Government
Links
  
http://www.whitehouse.gov
Federal Government
Links
  
http://www.business.gov
Over 60 different federal organizations exist to assist or regulate business. With this many sources of information, finding what you want can be complicated and time-consuming. The U.S. Business Advisor is a one-stop electronic link to all the information and services government provides for the business community. Also links to all the state business pages. The U.S. Business Advisor was created by the Small Business Administration (SBA), the National Partnership for Reinventing Government (NPR), and the U.S. Business Advisor interagency task force. These partners share the belief that government can be more customer-focused and user-friendly, in helping U.S. businesses gain access to information and services from the government.
Federal Government
Links
  
http://www.commerce.gov
Department of Commerce Bureaus include: Office of the Secretary, Office of Business Liaison, Bureau of Export Administration Economics and Statistics Administration, Bureau of the Census, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Economic Development Administration, International Trade Administration, Minority Business Development Agency, National Institute of Standards and Technology, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Technical Information Service, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, Patent and Trademark, Office Technology Administration, and Office of Technology Policy.
Federal Government
Links
  
http://www.marcorsyscom.usmc.mil/sites/acqworkforce/default.asp
Marine Corps Acquisition
Links
  
http://acquisition.navy.mil
Contains the complete list of active DoN ACAT I-IV programs [ PDF | .xls ]; list of Navy Program Executive Officers (PEOs) and Direct Reporting Program Managers (DRPMs); organization of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development & Acquisition).
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
https://www.spider.hpc.navy.mil
The Office of Training Technology (OTT) works to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of Navy training programs through the use of proven and emerging training technologies. The OTT serves as a broker of training technology data and information, and coordinates training technology issues, opportunities, initiatives, programs, feasibility studies, policy, guidance and standards. Content includes topics such as distance learning, modeling and simulation, web-based courses, human factors in training systems, educational technology and information technology, and research and development.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.doncio.navy.mil
The Secretary of the Navy established the office of the Department of the Navy Chief Information Officer (DON CIO) in 1997 to provide top-level advocacy in the development and use of IM/IT and to create a unified IM/IT vision for the Department. The DON CIO enables process innovation and technology infusion to maintain global security for the 21st century.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
https://www.navsup.navy.mil/portal/page?pageid=477,264831,477_264848&_dad=p5star&_schema=P5STAR
The Fleet and Industrial Supply Center's mission is to provide logistics and support services to fleet units and shore commands. FISC Norfolk is the mid-Atlantic region provider of quality, cost-effective supply and support services. To accomplish this mission FISC will provide services to the Navy, Coast Guard, Military Sealift Command and other U.S. Government agencies. FISC will also serve as the customers' advocate to the supply system and assist in ensuring that the appropriate material is either positioned at the center, or available from alternate governmental or commercial sources. All FISCs have eight basic products or services they provide. Each is geared toward providing total support o operational readiness and customer satisfaction. In addition to the basic product lines, some FISCs have unique products or services they provide. Select one of the FISC Norfolk's twelve product lines for information on that product or service. FISC products are geared toward providing total operational readiness and customer satisfaction while reducing the cost of the Department of Defense through regionalization and partnering.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.cnrsw.navy.mil/phone/FISC.htm
TheFleet and Industrial Supply Center (FISC) San Diego provides logistics, business and support services to fleet, shore and industrial commands of the Navy, Coast Guard and Military Sealift Command, and other U. S. and foreign government agencies. FISC San Diego supports operational readiness by teaming with regional partners and customers to provide material management, procurement, contracting and transportation services, technical and customer support, defense fuel products and worldwide movement of personal property.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.msc.navy.mil

Military Sealift Command provides ocean transportation of equipment, fuel, supplies and ammunition to sustain U.S. forces worldwide during peacetime and in war for as long as operational requirements dictate. During a war, more than 95 percent of all the equipment and supplies needed to sustain the U.S. military are carried by sea. Can link to MSC Contracts.

Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://logistics.navair.navy.mil/AcqReform/index.cfm

This site provides Acquisition Reform (AR) information on new initiatives, and tools to assist the Acquisition Managers, Assistant Program Managers for Logistics (APMLs), Integrated Product Teams (IPTs) and other NAVAIR Team members. We hope that these tools will help empower you to manage and operate in integrated teams, reduce cost of ownership, and expand the use of commercial products and processes. The continued use of these tools will ensure that NAVAIR 3.0 continues to reflect the quality of a world class buyer and procurer of goods and services.

Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.navair.navy.mil/toc
NAVAIR's Total Ownership Cost site. Contains templates and an inflation add-in.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.navfac.navy.mil
The Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) manages the planning, design and construction of shore facilities for U.S. Navy activities around the world. We provide the Navy's forces with the operating, support and training bases they need when they are home from the sea. Site includes NAVFAC's Acquisition On-Line for contracts, solicitations, and smart business practices.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://acq.navfac.navy.mil
NAVFACENGCOM's Acquisition Website contains e-solicitation, plus reference documents and best practices.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.navsea.navy.mil
The largest of the Navy's five systems commands, Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) engineers, builds and supports America's Fleet of ships and combat systems. Accounting for nearly one-fifth of the Navy's budget (approximately $20 billion), NAVSEA manages more than 130 acquisition programs, which are assigned to six affiliated Program Executive Officers (PEOs) and various Headquarters elements. Business Opportunities and the "under construction" acquisition reform page are found under Products and Services.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.phdnswc.navy.mil
NAVSEA Port Hueneme Surface Warfare Center Division's primary responsibility is to respond to the needs of the U.S. naval fleet and fleet issues occurring anywhere in the world. We provide safe, effective and affordable operation of combat and weapon systems used on United States Navy ships as well as ships of several friendly nations.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
https://www.navsup.navy.mil
Naval Supply Systems Homepage. Includes links to a Logistics Toolbox and One-Touch Support, and Logistics Libraries.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.nswc.navy.mil
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division provides research, development, test and evaluation, engineering, and fleet support for: Surface Warfare, Surface Ship Combat Systems, Ordnance, Strategic Systems, Mines, Amphibious Warfare Systems, Mine Countermeasures, and Special Warfare Systems. Includes access to other NAVSEA sites.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.npt.nuwc.navy.mil
Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Newport
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.nawcad.navy.mil
The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division is the Navy's full spectrum research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E), engineering and fleet support center. NAWCAD is a recognized leader in the design, development and engineering of aircraft systems; shipboard, fixed and mobile communications; and information technology systems. The Business link covers both buying from and selling to NAWCAD.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.nawcad.navy.mil
The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division is the Navy's full spectrum research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E), engineering and fleet support center. NAWCAD is a recognized leader in the design, development and engineering of aircraft systems; shipboard, fixed and mobile communications; and information technology systems. The Business link covers both buying from and selling to NAWCAD.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.hq.navy.mil/NavalAudit

Naval Audit Service is the organization responsible for internal audit of the $83 billion program of the Department of the Navy. The Organization Profile section provides information about their mission, resources, and operations. The Points of Contact section lists key position titles with telephone numbers, and provides pre-addressed email forms. The Professional Services section contains information of interest to clients and potential clients, such as "What to expect in an audit." The Requesting Audit Work section provides background on the audit selection process and lists the type of information you will need to provide when requesting an audit.

Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.navsea.navy.mil/sea017/toc.htm
NAVSEA 017's TOC pages. Contains a variety of tools and documents on cost estimating and cost reduction. Appears to have been last updated March 2000. NAVYSEA 017 is part of the Comptroller Directorate (NAVSEA 01) and provides cost engineering and industrial analysis support to the Command.
Navy Acquisition
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http://www.onr.navy.mil/sci_tech/industrial/nardic/
NARDIC is the designated point within the Navy where research development and development planning and requirements information is available for review by qualified representatives of industry. It was established because of the recognized benefit to the Navy of civilian participation in research and development relevant to the Navy requirements. Site maintains a wide variety of pubs and regulations and a set of good links. A portion of the site is restricted to commercial firms registered as a DoD contractor with the Defense Technical Information Center.
Navy Acquisition
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http://www.dt.navy.mil/tot-shi-sys/des-int-pro/tec-inf-sys/cal-std/index.html
CALS (Continuous Acquisition and Life-Cycle Support) was a DoD initiative to dramatically improve weapon system acquisition and life-cycle support through the acquisition, creation, management, and use of digital product data and technical information. Though CALS is no longer a recognized initiative of DoD or the Navy, its goal of institutionalizing digital data and processes for life-cycle support of weapon systems remains a keystone of the Navy's process improvement efforts. The Navy is well underway towards establishing new digital product data environments and integrated data environments (IDEs), both within individual programs and across the corporate infrastructure. The acquisition of new digital logistics data and the conversion of existing legacy (hardcopy) logistics data play vital roles in the achievement of the Navy's IDE objectives. The Technical Information Systems Department, Carderock Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center maintains this Web site and provides support to the Navy and DoD activities and programs implementing digital data technology applications and standards. Includes sgml repository and navy's dtds.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://dacm.secnav.navy.mil
The Naval Acquisition Career Management Web Site is designed for you, the acquisition workforce member, to assist you in obtaining information related to your professional development. We provide information about career opportunities, career development guidelines, career management updates, education and training opportunities, intern training programs, and acquisition career management contacts.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://doni.daps.dla.mil/default.aspx
The digital collection of unclassified directives and forms issued by the: Secretary of the Navy and the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. Provides links to other sites with electronic directives.
Navy Acquisition
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http://nmso.navy.mil
The NMSO web site serves as a central repository for collecting, maintaining, and distributing information on Navy Modeling and Simulation (M&S) to Navy program managers, engineers, model builders, and others in the M&S community. Contains descriptions of over 900 models/simulations and 200 data sources.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.onr.navy.mil
The Office of Naval Research (ONR) coordinates, executes, and promotes the science and technology programs of the United States Navy and Marine Corps through universities, government laboratories, and nonprofit and for-profit organizations. It provides technical advice to the Chief of Naval Operations and the Secretary of the Navy, works with industry to improve technology manufacturing processes while reducing fleet costs, and fosters continuing academic interest in naval relevant science from the high school through post-doctoral levels.
Navy Acquisition
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https://www.muwinfodesk.navy.mil/
This site requires a valid PKI certificate to be able to navigate the website.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://enterprise.spawar.navy.mil/
SPAWAR's mission is to provide the warfighter with knowledge superiority by developing, delivering, and maintaining effective, capable and integrated command, control, communications, computer, intelligence and surveillance systems. SPAWAR provides information technology and space systems for today's Navy and Defense Department activities while planning and designing for the future.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.navy.mil
The official web site of the United States Navy. This site contains HTML files (.html), PDF files (.pdf) and ASCII text files (.txt) and more. If more information is available at other web sites, those links have been provided. For a list of Navy commands with web sites, choose Navy Web Sites.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://itec-direct.navy.mil
ITEC Direct offers DON standard compliant Information Technology (IT) products and services from several GSA Federal Supply Schedule contractors. The catalog features desktop systems, notebook computers, servers, workstations, peripherals, software and support services. The ITEC Direct catalog allows you to quickly locate products, compare features and prices, as well as order on-line with your Government purchase card.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.navyjobs.com
Flash intensive site for Navy Recruiting.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives
On-line copies of DoD Directives, Publications and Instructions.
Navy Acquisition
Links
  
http://www.navalengineers.org
ASNE's purpose is to: advance the knowledge and practice of naval engineering in public and private applications and operations; enhance the professionalism and well-being of members; and to promote naval engineering as a career field. Site contains publications and links to upcoming events.
Non-Profit Organizations
Links
  
http://www.arl.psu.edu/index.html
ARL is a cost-effective, diversified, project-oriented facility with research and technology areas encompassing ARL's traditional undersea expertise, nontraditional research and development, and areas which the Navy has deemed ARL Centers of Excellence. Find a list of the technology areas under "Research and Technology Areas" Each area consists of projects that benefit not only the Navy, but businesses and governmental agencies as well.
Non-Profit Organizations
Links
  
http://www.bmpcoe.org
The Best Manufacturing Practices (BMP) web site is the source for best practices and innovative technologies. The BMP Program is a unique industry and government cooperative technology transfer effort that improves the global competitiveness of the U.S. industrial base. The primary objective toward this goal is simple: to identify and validate best practices, document them, and then encourage industry, government, and academia to share information about them. By fostering the sharing of best practices, BMP has become a national resource in helping organizations benchmark with the best, learn from others' attempts, and avoid costly and time-consuming duplication. The BMP Center of Excellence is a partnership among the Office of Naval Research's BMP Program; the Department of Commerce's Bureau of Export Administration; and the University of Maryland's Engineering Research Center.
Non-Profit Organizations
Links
  
http://www.commerce.net
CommerceNet brings together leading business, government, technology, and academic minds into one global community to focus on the advancement of eCommerce worldwide. The CommerceNet 2001 agenda will cover five key areas of interest: Evolving Supply Chain, Next Generation Internet, Security and Internet Payment, Government/Policy/Advocacy, and Pervasive Internet Access.
Non-Profit Organizations
Links
  
http://www.excelgov.org
The nonpartisan, nonprofit Council for Excellence in Government works to improve the performance of government at all levels and government's place in the lives and esteem of American citizens. Council programs reflect this mission by addressing two primary goals. First is to promote strong public-sector leadership and management, driven by innovation and focused on results. Second is increased citizen confidence and participation in government and governance, achieved through better understanding of government and its role. Council membership is made up of business, education, and nonprofit leaders who have served in government and are united by a strong commitment to the Council's mission.
Non-Profit Organizations
Links
  
http://www.dauaa.org/
The DAUAA vision is to be an association that brings together the best leadership and management resources - people, ideas, experiences, and skills - for improving defense systems acquisition.
Non-Profit Organizations
Links
  
http://www.dauaa.org
The DAUAA vision is to be an association that brings together the best leadership and management resources - people, ideas, experiences, and skills - for improving defense systems acquisition.
Non-Profit Organizations
Links
  
http://web.mit.edu/lean
An initiative among MIT, government, labor unions, and the defense aerospace business to revolutionize the industry, reinvigorate the workplace, and reinvest in America using a philosophy called "lean." Using "best life cycle value" as a beacon, LAI has identified five key themes for research in Phase III including: measuring value to the enterprise; time; organizations and people; knowledge and information infrastructure; and government as a lean customer & operator. LAI's plan is to address barriers to implementation in the transition to lean and to emphasize knowledge deployment.
Non-Profit Organizations
Links
  
http://www.ncmahq.org/
NCMA's vision is to be the preeminent source of professional development for contract managers. Contract management is a strategic management discipline employed by both buyers and sellers whose objectives are to manage customer and supplier expectations and relationships, control risk and cost, and contribute to organizational profitability/success. Site has links to seminars and training.
Non-Profit Organizations
Links
  
http://www.ndia.org
Our mission is to provide a legal and ethical forum for the interchange of ideas between the government and industry to resolve industrial problems of joint concern. Our primary areas of interest are the business and technical aspects of the government-industry relationship, encompassing government policies and practices in the entire acquisition process, including research and development, procurement, logistics support, and many technical areas.
Non-Profit Organizations
Links
  
http://www.ntu.edu
Stratys Learning Solutions is an unequalled learning content company. The strength of its educational and training content derives from its two major brands, National Technological University and PBS The Business & Technology Network. Content is produced in-house as well as obtained from other institutions and training organizations. A wide variety of distance learning opportunities in engineering, technology and management.
Non-Profit Organizations
Links
  
http://www.onr.navy.mil/


Office of Naval Research (ONR)
Links
  
https://asnrda.donhq.navy.mil/login.asp
RDA Information System
Links
  
http://www.onr.navy.mil/About-ONR.aspx
This Naval Science and Technology (S&T) Strategic Plan describes how the Office of Naval Research (ONR) will enable the future operational concepts of the Navy and the Marine Corps. By design, it is a broad strategy that provides strong direction for the future, but it also retains sufficient flexibility and freedom of action to allow ONR to meet emerging challenges or alter course as directed by senior Naval leadership.
Research and Development
Links
  
http://www.navair.navy.mil
NAVAIR Home Page with links to their team members. Business area has open solicitations.
Systems Commands
Links
  
http://www.navsea.navy.mil
The largest of the Navy's five systems commands, Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) engineers, builds and supports America's Fleet of ships and combat systems. Accounting for nearly one-fifth of the Navy's budget (approximately $20 billion), NAVSEA manages more than 130 acquisition programs, which are assigned to six affiliated Program Executive Officers (PEOs) and various Headquarters elements. Business Opportunities and the "under construction" acquisition reform page are found under Products and Services.
Systems Commands
Links
  
https://www.navsup.navy.mil/portal/page?_pageid=477,1&_dad=p5star&_schema=P5STAR
Naval Supply Systems Homepage. Includes links to a Logistics Toolbox and One-Touch Support, and Logistics Libraries.
Systems Commands
Links
  
http://enterprise.spawar.navy.mil/
SPAWAR's mission is to provide the warfighter with knowledge superiority by developing, delivering, and maintaining effective, capable and integrated command, control, communications, computer, intelligence and surveillance systems. SPAWAR provides information technology and space systems for today's Navy and Defense Department activities while planning and designing for the future.
Systems Commands
Links
  
Acquisition Safety

​This web site discusses safety challenges, provide information on best practices, and share successful Navy acquisition safety and health initiatives during planning of ship, weapons, and aircraft systems. All world class safety programs have transitioned safety programs from the traditional reactive approach to proactive safety in design and acquisition. If you haven’t been part of acquisition safety yet, please check out the Naval Safety Center acquisition safety website – Executive Overview."

Acquisition Safety
Links of general Interest
  
Health and Human Services EVM Policy and Procedures
Other Federal Government
Links of general Interest
  
NASA’s EVM
Other Federal Government
Links of general Interest
  
College of Performance Management (CPM)
Industry Associations
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PARCA Earned Value Management
OSD Organizations
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The Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA)
OSD Organizations
Links of general Interest
  
EVM Central Repository (Defense Cost and Resource Center (DCARC))
OSD organizations
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Defense Acquisition University
OSD organizations
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DAU’s Career Track for Business, Cost Estimating & Financial Management
OSD organizations
Links of general Interest
  
OSD AT&L Knowledge Sharing System
OSD organizations
Links of general Interest
  
Office of the Secretary of Defense Link to Major Elements of OSD
OSD organizations
Links of general Interest
  
DoD Directives (CAC Required)
OSD organizations
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Federal Acquisitions Regulations
Other Federal Government
Links of general Interest
  
Department of Energy’s EVM Information Center
Department of Energy’s EVM Information Center
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Department of Energy’s EVM Information Center
Other Federal Government
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Energy Facilities EVMS Clearinghouse
Other Federal Government
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DoD 5000.02 Instruction
Other
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FAR Case 2004-019, FAR EVMS, Federal Register, Volume 70, Number 67, April 8, 2005
Other
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Government Performance and Results Act of 1993
Other
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OMB Memo M-04-24 E-Gov PMA Scorecard Cost, Schedule and Performance Standard for Success 08/04
Other
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OMB Memo M-05-23 Improving Information Technology (IT) Project Planning & Execution 08/05
Other
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The Schedule Management Plan defines scope, purpose, and policy; participant roles and responsibilities; objectives; processes and procedures; organizational responsibilities and relationships; tools; reporting requirements; and related documents. It guides the overall implementation of schedule development and management over time.

Navy Online Solicitations
  
http://www.marcorsyscom.usmc.mil
Marine Corps Systems Command provides research, development, and acquisition of equipment, information systems, training systems, and weapon systems to satisfy all approved material requirements of the Marine Corps.

Navy Online Solicitations
  
http://procurement.msc.navy.mil/Contract/Welcome.jsp

Military Sealift Command Contract Summary Page.

Navy Online Solicitations
  
http://www.navair.navy.mil/index.cfm?fuseaction=doing_business.default
​Naval Air Systems Command
Navy Online Solicitations
  
http://www.onr.navy.mil/02/bus_op.htm
The Department of the Navy and the Office of Naval Research are committed to strengthening the role of small businesses in naval science and technology.

Navy Online Solicitations
  
https://e-commerce.spawar.navy.mil/command/02/acq/navhome.nsf/homepage?readform
​Doing business with Space and Naval Warfare.
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-3666Acquisition Career Management
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(See SYSCOM Rep)Acquisition Coordination Teams (ACTs)
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703-614-9767Acquisition Regulations
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703-614-9641Acquisition Plan Guide
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(See SYSCOM Rep)Acquisition Plans
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703-614-9767Advance Agreements
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703-693-4006Advance Payments
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703-693-2936A76/Services
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703-614-9767Appropriations Act Restrictions
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703-614-9641Business Clearance
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703-614-9641Buy American Act/Berry Amendment
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703-693-4006Change of Name
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703-614-9767Clause Control
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703-614-9767Commercial Item Acquisition
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(See SYSCOM Rep)Competition Advocate General Issues
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703-693-4073Competition Goals/Performance
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703-614-9767Component Clauses
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703-693-4012Construction
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703-693-3998Contract Adjustment Board
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703-614-9640Contract Administration
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703-693-3998Contract Audit Follow-Up
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703-614-9767Contract Financing
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703-614-9767Contract Payment Policy
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703-693-2936Contract Reporting and Statistics
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703-614-9641Cooperative Agreements
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703-614-9640Cost Accounting Standards
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703-614-9640Cost Principles
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703-693-2936CPARS
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703-693-4006DAR Council Representative
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703-693-2939Davis-Bacon Act
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703-693-4013Defense Acquisition Deskbook
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703-693-4013Defense Acquisition Policy Working Group
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703-693-4013DoD 5000
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703-693-3998DRPM(SSP) Issues
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703-693-4006Economy Act
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703-614-9616e-Business
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(See SYSCOM Rep)Extraordinary Contractual Actions
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703-614-9767FAR/DFARS
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703-614-9767Part 1 - FAR System
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703-614-9767Part 2 - Definitions of Words and Terms
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703-693-4006Part 3 - Improper Business Practices and Personal Conflicts of Interest
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703-693-4006Part 4 - Administrative Matters
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703-614-9641Part 5 - Publicizing Contract Actions
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703-693-2936Part 6 - Competition Requirements
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703-614-9641Part 7 - Acquisition Planning
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703-614-9641Part 8 - Required Sources of Supplies & Services
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703-693-4006Part 9 - Contractor Qualifications
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703-614-9641Part 10 - Market Research
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703-693-4013Part 11 - Describing Agency Needs
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703-614-9767Part 12 - Acquisition of Commercial Items
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703-614-9641Part 13 - Simplified Acquisition Procedures
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703-693-4012Part 14 - Sealed Bidding
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703-614-9641Part 15 - Contracting by Negotiation
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703-614-9641Part 16 - Types of Contracts
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703-693-4006Part 17 - Special Contracting Methods
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703-693-4006Part 18 - Emergency Acquisitions
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703-614-9641Part 19 - Small Business Programs
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703-693-2939Part 22 - Application of Labor Laws to Government Acquisitions
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703-693-2936Part 23 - Environment, Conservation, Occup'l Safety, and Drug-Free Workplace
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703-693-4006Part 24 - Protection of Privacy and Freedom of Information
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703-614-9641Part 25 - Foreign Acquisition
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703-614-9641Part 26 - Other Socioeconomic Programs
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703-693-4006Part 27 - Patents, Data and Copyrights
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703-614-9767Part 28 - Bonds and Insurance
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703-614-9767Part 29 - Taxes
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703-614-9767Part 30 - Cost Accounting Standards
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703-614-9767Part 31 - Contract Cost Principles and Procedures
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703-614-9767Part 32 - Contract Financing
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703-693-4006Part 33 - Protests, Disputes, and Appeals
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703-614-9641Part 34 - Major Systems Acquisition
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703-614-9641Part 35 - R & D Contracting
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703-693-4012Part 36 - Construction and A-E Contracts
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703-614-9767Part 37 - Service Contracting
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703-614-9641Part 38 - Federal Supply Schedule Contracting
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703-614-9641Part 39 - Acquisition of Information Technology
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703-614-9640Part 41 - Acquisition of Utility Services
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703-614-9640Part 42 - Contract Administration
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703-693-4076Part 43 - Contract Modifications
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703-693-2936Part 45 - Government Property
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703-693-2936Part 46 - Quality Assurance
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703-693-4006Part 47 - Transportation
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703-693-4006Part 48 - Value Engineering
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703-614-9641Part 49 - Termination of Contracts
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703-614-9641Part 50 - Extraordinary Contractual Actions
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703-614-9641Part 51 - Use of Gov't Sources by Contractors
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703-614-9640Part 52 - Solicitation Provisions and Contract Clauses
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703-614-9641Foreign Military Sales (FMS)
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703-693-2936Government Property
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703-614-9637Government Purchase Card
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703-614-9641Grants/Cooperative Agreements
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703-614-9767HCA Authority
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703-614-9645Independent Expert Program Review
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703-614-9641Information Technology (IT) Acquisition
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703-693-4006Insurance
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703-614-9767Interagency Acquisition
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(See SYSCOM Rep)J&As
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703-693-2939Labor
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703-693-4073Long-Range Acquisition Estimates (LRAE)
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703-614-9643Marine Corps Issues
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703-614-9641Market Research
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703-614-9641Mentor-Protoge Program
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703-693-4006Mergers & Acquisitions
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703-614-9643MSC Issues
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703-614-9641Multi-Year Contracting
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9598NACO & BFMT Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9767NMCARS
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9767Non-Developmental Items (NDI)
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-4006Novations
Organizational Points of Contact
  
(See SYSCOM Rep)OMBUDSMAN Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-4006Organizational Conflicts of Interest
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9641Other Transactions
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-2936Outsourcing
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-2936Past Performance
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-4006Patents
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9767Performance Based Service Contracting
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9640Pricing Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-4073Procurement Competition Goals
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-4073Procurement Excellence Awards
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-4073Procurement Management Review (PMR)
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-4012Procurement Performance Measurement & Assessment Program (PPMAP)
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-2936Professional Development
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9767Profit Policy
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9767Progress Payments
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-4006Protests
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9641Public Law 85-804 Policy
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-2936Public/Private Competition
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-2936Quality Assurance (QA)
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9641R&D Contracting
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-4006Rights in Data
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-4013SECNAVINST 5000.2
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-2939Service Contract Act
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-2936Services Policy
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9603Services, Medical Portfolio Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9603Services, Transportation Portfolio Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9641Simplified Acquisition
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9641Small Business
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-2936Source Inspection
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9641Source Selection
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-3998SPAWAR
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9637SPS
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-3998SSP
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-1167Strategic Sourcing
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-2939Strikes
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9767Suspension/Debarment
Organizational Points of Contact
  
See SYSCOM Reps:
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-9643NAVAIR
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-4073NAVSEA
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9642NAVSUP
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9643MSC
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9642NAVFAC
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9643MARCORSYSCOM
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9643HQMC
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9642ONR
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-3998SPAWAR
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-3998SSP
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9767Taxes
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-4006Tech Data
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-2936Training
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-4006Transportation
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-4006Undefinitized Contract Actions
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9640Utilities
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9767Warranties
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-399885-804 Indemnification
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9882Chief of Staff
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-3998Contract Adjustment Board
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9767Contract Administration
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9649Contract Deficiency Reports (CDR)
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-4071Contractor Management Reporting Application (CMRA)
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9645Interim Program Assessment Reviews
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9641International Acquisition
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-693-4071Inventory for Contracted Services
Organizational Points of Contact
  
Services Contracting Reps:
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9595Services, Electronics and Communications Portfolio Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-2496Services, Equipment Related Portfolio Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9642Services, Facilities Related Portfolio Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9636Services, Knowledge Based Portfolio Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9636NAVAIR, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-2496NAVSEA, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9636NAVSUP, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9603MSC, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9642NAVFAC, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9642USMC, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9595SPAWAR, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9636SSP, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9595AAUSN, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9603BUMED, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9603CFFC, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9642CNIC, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9603CNO, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9603CPF, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9595NAVPERS, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-2496NAVRES, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9642NAVSPECWARCOM, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-2496ONI, Services Contracting Issues
Organizational Points of Contact
  
703-614-9642WSS
OSD Policy
  
Notice of Earned Value Management System (Apr 2008), DFARS 252.234-7001
DFARS
OSD Policy
  
Earned Value Management System (May 2011), DFARS 252.234-7002
DFARS
OSD Policy
  
Contractor Business Systems (May 2011), DFARS 252.242-7005
DFARS
OSD Policy
  
DFARS Subpart 242.5

 Post Award Conference

DFARS
OSD Policy
  
IPMR DID

Current policy as of 1 July 2012 where EVM is required

Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
OSD Policy
  
Contract Funds Status Report DID

Prior 2005 policy, obsolete as of 1 July 2012. Please see the IPMR link above for current policy

Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
OSD Policy
  
Contract Work Breakdown Structure DID
Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
OSD Policy
  
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
OSD Policy
  
United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT)
Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
OSD Policy
  
New MIL-STD-881C Work Breakdown Structures for Defense Materiel Items
Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
OSD Policy
  
Notice of Release
DODI 5000.02: Acquisition policy
OSD Policy
  
Final version, 2008
DODI 5000.02: Acquisition policy
OSD Policy
  
Revision to DoD Earned Value Management Policy
OSD/DoD Memos and Letters
OSD Policy
  
Central Repository
OSD/DoD Memos and Letters
OSD Policy
  
Performance Assessments and Root Cause Analyses
OSD/DoD Memos and Letters
OSD Policy
  
Integrated Master Schedule DID

Prior 2005 policy, obsolete as of 1 July 2012. Please see the IPMR link above for current policy

Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
OSD Policy
  
Extensible Markup Language (XML)
Standards, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) and Electronic Data Delivery
Other Government Sites
  
http://www.business.gov
This Small Business Administration's search engine site provides on-line, one-stop access to government forms, business development software & business sector oriented information.

Other Government Sites
  
http://nais.nasa.gov/fedproc/home.html
Provides over 100 hotlinks to federal contracting activities and other sources of federal procurement information throughout the United States.

Other Government Sites
  
http://www.dla.mil/db/procurem.htm
The DLA administers on behalf of the Secretary of Defense the DoD PTA Cooperative Agreement Program under which Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTACs) provide assistance to business firms that want to sell goods and/or services to Federal, state and local governments.

Other Government Sites
  
http://www.sbaonline.sba.gov
The U.S. Small Business Administration, established in 1953, provides financial, technical and management assistance to help Americans start, run, and grow their businesses.

Other Government Sites
  
http://www.fedbizopps.gov/
FedBizOpps has been designated as the single source for federal government procurement opportunities that exceed $25,000.

Other Government Sites
  
http://web.sba.gov/subnet
SUB-Net lists notices of subcontracting opportunities.
Other Government Sites
  
http://www.fss.gsa.gov
GSA's Federal Supply Service provides federal customers with the products, services and programs to meet their supply, service, procurement, vehicle purchasing and leasing, travel and transportation and personal property management requirements.

Other Government Sites
  
http://www.fss.gsa.gov/services/gsa-smartpay/
GSA Smartpay allows Federal Agencies to pay for commercial goods and services as well as travel and fleet related expenses with leading-edge card services.

Other Government Sites
  
http://www.dlis.dla.mil/h2/
The Federal Supply Classification site provides a searchable list of all Federal Supply Codes.

Other Government Sites
  
http://www.dnb.com/us/
The D&B D-U-N-S Number is a unique nine-digit identification sequence, which provides unique identifiers of single business entities, while linking corporate family structures together.

Other Government Sites
  
http://www.dlis.dla.mil/cage_welcome.asp
This site is a search engine for the Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code system.

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