DOI Acquisition, Assistance, and Asset Policy (DOI-AAAP) Portal (for DOI employees)
In FY2015, the Office of Acquisition and Property Management (PAM) developed a new implementing policy solution, the DOI-AAAP. The new implementing policy was created to replace the following policy solutions: Department of the Interior Acquisition Policy Release (DIAPR), Department of the Interior Guidance (DIG), and Department of the Interior Personal Property Release (DIPPR). The purpose of this site is to provide DOI Stakeholders and PAM functional Leads with a comprehensive location to initiate, track, and locate DOI-AAAP policies.
DOI Memo on Registering for Agency-Based Acquisition Training (All DOI AWF Employees)
Establishes DOI-wide compliance for registering acquisition workforce members for agency-provided acquisition training.
The Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP) in the Office of Management and Budget plays a central role in shaping the policies and practices federal agencies use to acquire the goods and services they need to carry out their responsibilities. OFPP was established by Congress in 1974 to provide overall direction for government-wide procurement policies, regulations and procedures and to promote economy, efficiency, and effectiveness in acquisition processes. OFPP is headed by an Administrator who is appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate.
Federal Memo on Registering for Agency-Based Acquisition Training (All Federal Employees)
All civilian agencies shall use FAITAS as their training registration system for agency-provided acquisition training.
The FAR is the primary regulation for use by all Federal Executive agencies in their acquisition of supplies and services with appropriated funds.
The DOI supplement to the FAR.
The CFR is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.
The United States Code is a consolidation and codification by subject matter of the general and permanent laws of the United States.
The PMIAA reforms federal program management policy in four important ways:
Creating a formal job series and career path for program managers in the federal government.
Developing a standards-based program management policy across the federal government.
Recognizing the essential role of executive sponsorship and engagement by designating a senior executive in federal agencies to be responsible for program management policy and strategy.
Sharing knowledge of successful approaches to program management through an interagency council on program management.