Acquisition Strategy
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Acquisition Strategy

The AS documents the appropriate planning process and provides a comprehensive approach for achieving goals established in materiel requirements. It serves as a principal long-range document, charting the course of an acquisition program over its life cycle.

Acquisition Strategy

A plan that documents the acquisition planning process and provides a comprehensive approach for achieving goals established in materiel requirements. It summarizes other management planning documents (including the LCSP), Government-furnished materiel to be provided, the  acquisition strategy, organizational resources (money, time,  people), and schedule.

Acquisition Strategy

A business and technical management approach designed to achieve program objectives within the resource constraints imposed. It is the framework for planning, directing, and managing a program. It provides a master schedule for research, development, test, production, fielding, and other activities essential for program success, and, is the basis for formulating functional plans and strategies (e.g., Test and Evaluation Master Plan, Acquisition Plan, competition, prototyping, etc.).

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Acquisition Strategy has been defined 3 different ways in documents like Warfighting Capabilities Determination, Integrated Logistics Support, Ballistic Missile Defense.

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