The DPAP Operations (OPS) Directorate provides management oversight of the operational needs and responsibilities of the DPAP organization and Director's requirements. Specifically, this includes: acquisition exchange program, budget planning and execution, travel, DPAP internet/intranet website, equipment, facilities, human resources, legislative issues, outreach and communications, purchase card, supplies, task oversight, training, strategic planning, and workforce management for the contracting community.
Acquisition Career Opportunities
Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy (DPAP) encourages civil servants and military professionals to pursue acquisition career paths in support of Federal and Defense Agencies. We offer opportunities for continuing education and career development in acquisition including training through the Defense Acquisition University (DAU), professional conferences and travel both domestic and abroad.
Acquisition Exchange Program
The Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy (DPAP) Acquisition Exchange Program (AEP) provides a unique career developmental experience for high-caliber individuals in acquisition and acquisition-related career fields.
Legislative Impact Items
To prepare a legislative proposal or testimony for Congress, please follow the guidance and instructions from these references.
Outreach and Communications
To support the Mission and Vision of the Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy and its Directorates through the use of strategic communications tools.
The Policy Vault is a central repository of documents that are available for dissemination to the public. Unclassified, non-confidential memoranda, guidance, regulations, and other DPAP-related policy documents can be found here.
Strategic Plan Fiscal Years 2004-2011
Please check back on October 15, 2007 for the latest content.
The Department of Defense (DoD) Acquisition, Technology and Logistics (AT&L) community supports and safeguards our nation's warfighters. It is essential that AT&L continues to champion a knowledge-based workforce capable of delivering equipment and services to warfighters in need.