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This 2-week course is held five times per year at the Army Acquisition Center of Excellence in Huntsville, Ala.
The Acquisition Center of Excellence is also a part of the new headquarters and incorporates the commercial contract activities of TRANSCOM, AMC, and SDDC.
This new entity is expected to form a world-class Enterprise Acquisition center of excellence, the "gold standard" in the federal community.
The Acquisition Center of Excellence All source acquisition can be most successful through (1) evolving an acquisition center of excellence (ACE) as a trusted source for innovative acquisition and performance solutions, and (2) integrating the ACE with a linked training or university capability or organization.
Virtually every aspect of an acquisition program can benefit from this sort of early intervention, says Sue Angell, director of Electronic Systems Center's Acquisition Center of Excellence.
McNulty, USAF Brown and McNulty are acquisition program managers in the Air Force Acquisition Center of Excellence and graduates of the DSMC Advanced Program Management Course 02-2 and 94-2 respectively.
18, 2004, the Office of Federal Procurement Policy launched the online Acquisition Center of Excellence for Services, an online central clearinghouse for public- and private-sector service contracting best practices, policy and guidance, e-tools, as well as education and training opportunities.
Lessons Learned: Support the transfer of lessons learned to future programs by providing feedback to center-level Acquisition Center of Excellence (ACE) and other affected organizations.