Price analysis on commercial item purchases within the Department of Defense
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Proficiency in completing price reasonableness determinations and documenting the contracting file properly is developed based on experience and completion of required contract pricing courses provided through the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) certification process. As there is a wide range of skill levels within the contracting community, it is possible that employees surveyed may not have attended the required contracting pricing courses, or developed the skills required to properly complete price reasonableness determinations.
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