Week 2 310 forum | Government homework help

 

Please before you understand that this bid requires a forum      post  along  with 2 forum post responses below, both must be done.   The    budget  is what  it is posted, please do not try to raise the   price,    either you  will do  it or the next person will. The forum   post is due    by Thursday  and the responses by Sun; I will annotate   this posting   with  responses  once I get them and contact you 

 Your  readings this week also goes on to discuss the capabilities-based  assessment (CBA) process, which is the “backbone” of JCIDS Defense  Acquisition University, 2010, p. 35).  There is an excellent chart on  page 36 of your textbook that details the CBA process.  The CBA is an  analytical approach utilized by the DoD to identify the needs of the  warfighter.  The purpose of the process is to find out what requirements  the warfighter has.  “Requirement” is just the acquisition way of  saying needs, supplies, or equipment.  In a DoD contracting activity,  the “requirement” is the item or service that is being acquired.  

  The  ground work discussed in the lesson for this week is imperative to set  the stage for the acquisition process.  Without solid research and  analysis early on, the acquisition process will go down the wrong path  and result in lost money and time.   

So,  your question for this week, and some of what we discussed last week,  is “What is wrong with the requirements” analysis that goes into our  federal or defense contracts today? Bring in examples of any problems  you have experienced to help round out the discussion this week. 

Instructions:   Your initial post should be at least 250 words.  Please respond to at  least 2 other students.  Responses should be a minimum of 100 words and  include direct questions.
 

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