A central tenet of Defense Department acquisition reform is that the Pentagon has to become a better buyer of goods and services. This focus is welcome and is now in its third iteration under the Better Buying Power initiatives of the department’s Acquisition, Technology and Logistics office.  However, these initiatives may only address part of the broader issue of acquisition reform. There are two sides to any transaction, and so one element to also consider is how the Defense ...

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