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US takes steps to reorganise labyrinthine defence acquisition text

23rd February 2021 - 08:55 GMT | by Richard Thomas in London

The US Congress, DoD, industry and other stakeholders are all involved in this long-overdue effort to reform Title 10.

Efforts to untie the complex legislative knot that is US defence procurement text will see industry provide feedback on the proposed changes to acquisition statutes in Title 10 of the US Code, as a crucial step in a year-long effort to improve acquisition processes.

Contained within the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for FY2021, Title XVIII is intended to provide for a reorganisation of acquisition statutes in Article 10 of US Code, with a one-year phase in period to allow time for feedback from stakeholders and exports, ahead of changes that are due to begin taking effect in early 2022 ...

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