The Pilot Contracting Activities Program: a management review
Palmquist, Robert John.
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The Pilot Contracting Activities Program (PCAP) is designed to provide a means for selected Department of Defense activities to submit requests for deviation or waiver of Federal and Department of Defense acquisition regulation requirements in order to decrease administrative burden, increase procurement effectiveness and efficiency, and simplify the contracting process. This thesis examines the implementation and management of the PCAP program by the participating activities, the status of the Program in general, offers recommendations for improvement, and analyzes what effect the Program will have on regulatory reform. (KR)
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