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Soraya Correa, Director of the Office of Procurement Operations for the Department of Homeland Security; Ms.
A request for information on EAGLE II will be issued early next year to get feedback from industry, said Soraya Correa, director of the department's Office of Procurement Operations.
Recommendation: To promote the efficient and effective use by DHS of its other transactions authority to meet its mission needs, the Secretary of Homeland Security should direct the Under Secretary for Management and the Under Secretary for Science and Technology to direct the Office of Procurement Operations to work with the Science and Technology directorate to determine the number of contracting officers needed to help ensure a sufficient contracting workforce to execute other transaction authority.
1 million, were awarded under a Blanket Purchase Agreement in support of DHS' Office of Procurement Operations (OPO).
GAO analyzed 117 statements of work and 9 case studies in detail for selected contracts awarded in fiscal year 2005 by the Coast Guard, the Office of Procurement Operations, and the Transportation Security Administration.
Specifically, dual accountability for acquisitions exists between the Chief Procurement Officer (CPO) and the heads of each DHS component; a policy decision has exempted the Coast Guard and Secret Service from the unified acquisition organization; the CPO has insufficient capacity for department-wide acquisition oversight; and staffing shortages have led the Office of Procurement Operations, which handles a large percentage of DHS's contracting activity, to rely extensively on outside agencies for contracting support--often for a fee.