Understanding Federal Acquisition Regulations

The federal government is unlike commercial companies in the way it acquires products and services. The government is regulated by a complex set of rules, known as Federal Acquisition Regulations, or FAR.United States Capitol Dome

The Federal Acquisition Process

  1. Need recognition and acquisition planning
  2. Contract Formation
  3. Contract administration

FAR regulates the activities of government personnel in carrying out the above process. That is why you must understand these complex government methods, rules, requirements, and regulations before you ever hope to successfully acquire a government contract.

Understanding Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR)

Before submitting a proposal and jumping into the realm of government contracting, it is important to familiarize yourself with FAR, which was established to help standardize the federal procurement process. FAR was issued as part of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy Act of 1974, and is codified in Title 48 of the United States Code of Federal Regulations.

Most federal government agencies and their contractors are required to comply with FAR, with the exceptions of the CIA, U.S. Postal Service, and FAA, which all have their own procurement regulations.

DHA Federal Acquisition Management (FAM)

DHA has extensive experience with the Federal acquisitions and can provide expert guidance on a “cradle-to-grave” basis, including assistance with both pre-award documents and post-award contract management.

If you have any questions regarding our Federal Acquisition Management, please contact DHA by visiting DHA-Inc.com today!

About DHA:

David F. Hale founded DHA Group, Inc. in 1994 to provide superior program management and operations support services to agencies within the Federal Government. Since June 2008, DHA has won many contract awards, including a Prime Contractor position on the prestigious Program Management Support Services (PMSS) contract with the FBI. DHA was also awarded an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract on the FBI’s $30 billion Information Technology Supplies and Support Services (IT Triple S) program to provide supplies, equipment, and IT services to support, maintain, and modernize the Bureau’s IT systems and architectures.

As we continue to expand into new areas of business, DHA remains committed to maintaining our high standards of service excellence.

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