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Homeland Security: DHS Has Enhanced Procurement Oversight Efforts, but Needs to Update Guidance
John P. Hutton (au)
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) bought over $14 billion in goods and services in FY 2011 -- over one quarter of its budgetäóîand processed over 100,000 transactions to support its homeland security missions. In 2005, DHS established an oversight program to provide department-level insight into componentsäó» procurement of goods and services and to identify successful acquisition management approaches. DHS has also established specific initiatives, such as a strategic sourcing program in 2003 to reduce procurement costs and gain other efficiencies by consolidating requirements. This report (1) assessed DHSäó»s efforts to implement procurement oversight; and (2) identified DHS componentsäó» use of strategic sourcing to leverage their buying power. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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