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Acquisition Strategy

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Notes to the Author

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VERSION HISTORY

[Provide information on how the development and distribution of the Acquisition Management PlanStrategy will be controlled and tracked. Use the table below to provide the version number, the author implementing the version, the date of the version, the name of the person approving the version, the date that particular version was approved, and a brief description of the reason for creating the revised version.]

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Date

Approved

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Approval

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Description of
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 Introduction 5

1.1 Purpose of Acquisition Strategy 5



2.0 Background and Objectives 5

2.1 Statement of Need 5

2.2 Applicable conditions 5

2.3 Cost 5

2.4 Capability or Performance 5

2.5 Delivery or Performance-Period Requirements 6

2.6 Trade-Offs 6

2.7 Risks 6

2.8 Acquisition Streamlining 6

3.0 Plan of Action 6

3.1 Sources 6

3.2 Competition 6

3.3 Source-Selection Procedures 6

3.4 Acquisition Considerations 6

3.5 Budget and Funding 7

3.6 Product or Service Descriptions 7

3.7 Priorities, allocations, and allotments 7

3.8 Contractor Vs Government Performance 7

Management Information Requirements 7

3.9 Make or Buy 7

Test and Evaluation 7

Logistics Considerations 7

Government-Furnished Property 8

Government-Furnished Information 8

Environmental and Entergy Conservation Objectives 8

Security Considerations 8

Contract Administration 8

Other Considerations 8

Acquisition Cycle Milestones 8



3.10 Identification of Participants 9

Appendix A: Acquisition Strategy Approval 10

APPENDIX B: REFERENCES 11

APPENDIX C: KEY TERMS 12



  1. Introduction

    1. Purpose of Acquisition Strategy


The overall objective of an Acquisition Strategy is to document and inform project stakeholders about how the acquisitions will be planned, executed, and managed throughout the life of the project. This Acquisition Strategy should outline the specific actions necessary to execute the approved acquisition strategy. The Acquisition Strategy documents the approach to be taken for items such as the actual acquisition, contracting, and fiscal, legal, personnel, considerations, etc. The Acquisition Strategy should also address any policy, process, regulatory, etc. necessary to comply with FAR, and any other requirements related to the specific acquisition.
The intended audience of the
Acquisition Strategy is the project manager, project team, project sponsor, procurement officer/office, and any senior leaders whose support is needed to carry out acquisition plans.
  1. Background and Objectives

    1. Statement of Need


[Introduce the plan by a brief statement of need. Summarize the technical and contractual history of the acquisition. Discuss feasible acquisition alternatives, the impact of prior acquisitions on those alternatives, and any related in-house effort. Review the business case alternatives analysis section.]
    1. Applicable conditions


[State all significant conditions affecting the acquisition, such as requirements for compatibility with existing or future systems or programs and any known cost, schedule, and capability or performance constraints.]
    1. Cost


[Set forth the established cost goals for the acquisition and the rationale supporting them, and discuss related cost concepts to be employed, including, as appropriate, the following items:

Life-cycle cost - Discuss how life-cycle cost will be considered. If it is not used, explain why. If appropriate, discuss the cost model used to develop life-cycle-cost estimates

Design-to-cost - Describe the design-to-cost objective(s) and underlying assumptions, including the rationale for quantity, learning-curve, and economic adjustment factors. Describe how objectives are to be applied, tracked, and enforced. Indicate specific related solicitation and contractual requirements to be imposed

Application of should-cost - Describe the application of should-cost analysis to the acquisition]
    1. Capability or Performance


[Specify the required capabilities or performance characteristics of the supplies or the performance standards of the services being acquired and state how they are related to the need.]
    1. Delivery or Performance-Period Requirements


[Describe the basis for establishing delivery or performance-period requirements. Explain and provide reasons for any urgency if it results in concurrency of development and production or constitutes justification for not providing for full and open competition.]
    1. Trade-Offs


[Discuss the expected consequences of trade-offs among the various cost, capability or performance, and schedule goals.]
    1. Risks


[Discuss technical, cost, and schedule risks and describe what efforts are planned or underway to reduce risk and the consequences of failure to achieve goals. If concurrency of development and production is planned, discuss its effects on cost and schedule risks.]
    1. Acquisition Streamlining


[Discuss plans and procedures to encourage industry participation by using draft solicitations, pre-solicitation conferences, and other means of stimulating industry involvement during design and development in recommending the most appropriate application and tailoring of contract requirements; select and tailor only the necessary and cost-effective requirements; and state the timeframe for identifying which of those specifications and standards, originally provided for guidance only, shall become mandatory.]
  1. Plan of Action


Describe the actions necessary to execute this strategy.
    1. Sources


[Indicate any prospective sources of supplies or services that can meet the need.]
    1. Competition


[Describe how competition will be sought, promoted, and sustained throughout the course of the acquisition. If full and open competition is not contemplated, cite the authority and discuss the basis for the application of that authority, identify the source(s), and discuss why full and open competition cannot be obtained.]
    1. Source-Selection Procedures


[Discuss the source-selection procedures for the acquisition, including the timing for submission and evaluation of proposals, and the relationship of evaluation factors to the attainment of the acquisition objectives.]
    1. Acquisition Considerations


[For each contract contemplated, discuss contract type selection; use of multiyear contracting, options, or other special contracting methods; any special clauses, special solicitation provisions, or FAR deviations required; whether sealed bidding or negotiation will be used and why; whether equipment will be acquired by lease or purchase and why; and any other contracting considerations.]
    1. Budget and Funding


[Include budget estimates, explain how they were derived, and discuss the schedule for obtaining adequate funds at the time they are required.]
    1. Product or Service Descriptions


[Explain the choice of product or service description types (including performance-based acquisition descriptions) to be used in the acquisition.]
    1. Priorities, allocations, and allotments


[When urgency of the requirement dictates a particularly short delivery or performance schedule, certain priorities may apply. If so, specify the method for obtaining and using priorities, allocations, and allotments, and the reasons for them.]
    1. Contractor Vs Government Performance


[Refer to OMB Circular No. A-76.]

Management Information Requirements


[Discuss, as appropriate, what management system will be used by the Government to monitor the contractor’s effort. If an Earned Value Management System is to be used, discuss the methodology the Government will employ to analyze and use the earned value data to assess and monitor contract performance. In addition, discuss how the offeror's/contractor's EVMS will be verified for compliance with the American National Standards Institute/Electronics Industries Alliance (ANSI/EIA) Standard-748, Earned Value Management Systems, and the timing and conduct of integrated baseline reviews (whether prior to or post award).]
    1. Make or Buy


[Discuss any consideration given to make-or-buy programs]

Test and Evaluation


[To the extent applicable, describe the test program of the contractor and the Government. Describe the test program for each major phase of a major system acquisition. If concurrency is planned, discuss the extent of testing to be accomplished before production release.]

Logistics Considerations


[Include consideration of contractor or agency maintenance, servicing, and distribution of commercial items, reliability, maintainability, and quality assurance requirements, including any planned use of warranties.]

Government-Furnished Property


[Indicate any Government property to be furnished to contractors, and discuss any associated considerations, such as its availability or the schedule for its acquisition]

Government-Furnished Information


[Discuss any Government information, such as manuals, drawings, and test data, to be provided to prospective offerors and contractors. Indicate which information that requires additional controls to monitor access and distribution (e.g., technical specifications, maps, building designs, schedules, etc.), as determined by the agency.]

Environmental and Entergy Conservation Objectives


[Discuss all applicable environmental and energy conservation objectives associated with the acquisition, the applicability of an environmental assessment or environmental impact statement, the proposed resolution of environmental issues, and any environmentally-related requirements to be included in solicitations and contracts.]

Security Considerations


[For acquisitions dealing with classified matters, discuss how adequate security will be established, maintained, and monitored. For Information Technology acquisitions, discuss how agency information security requirements will be met. For acquisitions requiring routine contractor physical access to a Federally-controlled facility and/or access to a Federally-controlled information system, discuss how agency requirements for personal identity verification of contractors will be met.]

Contract Administration


[Describe how each contract will be administered. In contracts for services, include how inspection and acceptance corresponding to the work statement’s performance criteria will be enforced.]

Other Considerations


[Discuss, as applicable:

Standardization concepts

The industrial readiness program

The Defense Production Act

The Occupational Safety and Health Act

Foreign sales implications

Any other matters germane to the plan not covered elsewhere.]

Acquisition Cycle Milestones


[Discuss:

Acquisition plan approval

Statement of work

Specifications

Data requirements

Completion of acquisition-package preparation

Purchase request

Justification and approval for other than full and open competition where applicable and/or any required D and F approval

Issuance of synopsis

Issuance of solicitation

Evaluation of proposals, audits, and field reports

Beginning and completion of negotiations

Contract preparation, review, and clearance

Contract award]
    1. Identification of Participants


[List the individuals who participated in preparing the acquisition plan, giving contact information for each.]

Appendix A: Acquisition Strategy Approval



The undersigned acknowledge that they have reviewed the
Acquisition Strategy and agree with the information presented within this document. Changes to this Acquisition Strategy will be coordinated with, and approved by, the undersigned, or their designated representatives.

[List the individuals whose signatures are desired. Examples of such individuals are Business Owner, Project Manager (if identified), and any appropriate stakeholders. Add additional lines for signature as necessary.]

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APPENDIX B: REFERENCES

[Insert the name, version number, description, and physical location of any documents referenced in this document. Add rows to the table as necessary.]

The following table summarizes the documents referenced in this document.



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APPENDIX C: KEY TERMS

The following table provides definitions and explanations for terms and acronyms relevant to the content presented within this document.



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