Army in both the logistics and acquisition career fields.
What does ACF stand for?
ACF stands for Acquisition Career Field
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 316 other meanings of ACF in our Acronym Attic
- Access Control Facility
- Access Control Factor
- Access Control Field
- Access Coordination Fee
- Access Coordination Function
- Accomplishment Confidence Factor
- Account Code Feature (Sprint)
- Accountability Computer Function
- Acid Concentrator Feed
- Action Contre la Faim Action (French NGO)
- Activated Carbon Filter
- Activated Coke Fire
- Active Contract File
- Actual Cubic Feet
- Acute Care Facility
- Adams County Fairgrounds (various locations)
- Adiabatic Connection Formula (Theory)
- Administration for Children and Families (US Department of Health & Human Services)
- Administrative Control Facility (Orion Series VI)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Second, after forming numerous acquisition career field committees, the training, education, and experience standards were announced in January 1993 (see DoD 5000.
Certification in an acquisition career field and being selected for membership in the Acquisition Corps are important career milestones and I encourage all of you to learn more about this important field.
The BFM is a member of the Defense Acquisition Workforce and under provisions of the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act must meet acquisition career field certification in business, cost estimating and financial management.
DSCA believes that our international affairs civilian career personnel require a broader sense of community and enhanced professional development, much like the DoD acquisition career field.
It also offers acquisition career gateways, which includes career certification guides, course enrollment procedures, continuous learning and job-specific courses, and blogs by career field experts on each of the 12 acquisition career fields.
To be eligible for consideration, an officer must be O-4 or above, have a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution, have four years of acquisition experience, and be certified to Level II in a primary acquisition career field.
The Army has a plan to grow our workforce, and currently, the exact growth details per acquisition career field are being finalized within our acquisition functional communities.