Embracing Structure and Discipline to Manage Challenges in the Department of Navy Acquisition Workforce
Rosa, Elizabeth S.
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The Department of Navy (DoN) Acquisition Workforce Strategic Plan Fiscal Year (FY) 2016ﾖ2022 set three major goals for leaders of the Acquisition Workforce (AWF): (a) energize the workforce, (b) ensure there is a focus on professional and technical excellence, and (c) reinforce responsibility and accountability. Ensuring these goals are met, through a structured and disciplined process to build a workforce to compete and win, optimizes the DoN's ability to develop smart buyers who understand that every person matters, every day matters, and every dollar matters as we meet warfighter needs for affordable, agile, lethal capability.
NPS Report NumberSYM-AM-18-037
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