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Veterans Affairs Acquisition Academy (VAAA)

 

Leveraging Expertise and Resources

May 13, 2014

Federal Acquisition Institute LogoFrom Page 9 of the Issue 4 Spring FY 2014 External link to a government website
FAI Quarterly Newsletter

In FY2015, FAI and the Veterans Affairs Acquisition Academy (VAAA) will have contract vehicles in place for Government agencies for the delivery of core certification courses and electives and for the development of customized acquisition training classes for Continuous Learning Point (CLP) credit.  Specifically, the VAAA will serve as the civilian agency executive agent for the development and maintenance of the FAC-P/PM curriculum.  “This relationship is a win-win for everyone but ultimately for the acquisition professional who wants to do a good job, and for the American people we are serving,” remarked Joanie Newhart, Associate Administrator of Acquisition Workforce Programs at the Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP).

Melissa Starinsky, VAAA Chancellor“Over the past year, we’ve worked closely with the OFPP and the FAI to leverage our respective expertise and resources and reduce duplication of efforts so that we can deliver better and more cost-effective acquisition-related training to our Government-wide workforce,” said Melissa Starinsky, VAAA Chancellor.


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