DoD's Transformation Issues
Jeffery A. White, C.P.M.
Jeffery A. White, C.P.M., President, J.A. White & Associates, Inc., Irmo, SC 29063, 803/407/1399; firstname.lastname@example.org
Charles Rumbaugh, ADR Offices of Charles Rumbaugh, Private Dispute Resolution/Arbitrator/Private Judge/Mediator, Rolling Hills, CA 90274, 310.373.1981; ADROffice@rumbaugh.net
89th Annual International Conference Proceedings - 2004 - Philadelphia, PA
It has been almost 10 years since the Federal Acquisition Regulations have gone through a major overhaul. Even then, the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement (DFARS) was not itself overhauled. In March 2003, the DoD announced that it has initiated a Defense Task Force for Regulation Transformation with a focus on the transformation of FAR and DFARS. The reported aim was to shorten DoD rule -making processes by 50% and to eliminate all unnecessary rules, with three phases in the released DFARS plan.