The role of the Navy comptroller in managing the OMB Circular A-76 process
Lindell, Frank A.
McCaffery, Jerry L.
Kalmar, Louis G.
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This thesis examines the role of the Navy field activity comptroller in the acquisition and contracting process under OMB Circular A-76. It contains practical ideas, concepts and comments regarding acquisition and contracting under OMB Circular A-76 to experienced field comptrollers. This thesis is structured toward the newly reported comptroller who has had little, if any, experience in the Navy financial management arena. This thesis will provide that comptroller with a basic understanding of the problems and processes involved with acquisition and contracting. It attempts to promote an understanding of contracting under OMB Circular A-76 so that the new comptroller can apply the principles discussed for better decision making in the acquisition making.
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