Standard procurement systems in larger organisations sometimes struggle to deliver the high levels of expertise needed to provide more specialist services.
What does SPS stand for?
SPS stands for Standard Procurement System (US DoD)
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- Military and Government
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This process is one of the more complex in the system, including key system-to-system interfaces from Navy ERP to the widely known legacy systems Standard Procurement System (SPS) and Integrated Technical Item Management & Procurement (ITIMP).
One of his last assignments was as Project Manager for the Defense Logistics Agency, where he directed the systems integration and implementation of the Shared Data Warehouse, a critical component of the DoD's Standard Procurement System.
Ongoing Work Utilizes Company's Proven Standard Procurement System to Provide Decentralized Purchasing Capability for All DoD Components ARLINGTON, Va.
CACI currently uses ETI Solution as part of its ongoing development of one of the most extensive enterprise-wide systems in the federal government, the Department of Defense (DoD) Standard Procurement System (SPS), for which CACI serves as primary integrator.
Topics presented included Individual Development Plans, the Standard Procurement System, upgrade and consolidation, SAP training program, personnel awards program, acquisition workforce certification, Wide Area Word Flow, One-Touch Support, Quality Assurance Self Assessment, and other topics related to specific SAP policies and procedures.
In addition to identifying necessary changes in policies and procedures, the team is examining existing enterprise automated solutions such as the Standard Procurement System (SPS), Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF), and Business Enterprise Information Services (BEIS) as possibilities for implementing the reimbursables process.
The Department of Defense (DOD) lacks management control of the Standard Procurement System (SPS).