An analysis of the Republic of China Defense Procurement Division's supplier sourcing process.
Matsushima, Rodney F.
Lamm, David V.
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The Federal Acquisition Regulation prescribes the fundamental procedures of supplier sourcing process to be used and followed by the Government contracting officers after the purchase request has been received. Many commercial publications also promulgate the principles of the supplier sourcing process. As a foreign purchasing office in the United States, supplier sourcing is the most critical issue in the Republic of China Defense Procurement Division. This thesis compares the current supplier sourcing process as outlined in the Federal Acquisition Regulation, at a US Navy Inventory Control Point and at two private sector companies who specialize in providing hard-to-find repair parts, with the Republic of China Defense Procurement Division. The results of this thesis are some recommendations that would help improve the Republic of China Defense Procurement Division's supplier sourcing process.
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