DHA Acquisition Policy Letters, DHA Acquisition Directives, DHA
Procedures, Guidance, and Information (PGI), and other related information.
The DHA Acquisition Policy Letters, DHA Acquisition Directives (TADs) or DHA Procurement Directives (PDs), the TAD or PD companion
document the DHA Procedures, Guidance, and Information (PGI), and other related information (e.g., Guides, Forms, Plans, Briefs)
are available on this site. These documents are aligned and intended to be used in conjunction with the appropriate
Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)/ Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS)/ DFARS PGI parts and subparts.
The DHA Acquisition Policy Letters provide policy to DHA Staff. Each letter is identified by the subject and date issued.
The TADs and the new PDs (which are replacing the TADs) establish DHA acquisition policy, roles and responsibilities, and
provide general procedures for implementing the policy.
The DHA PGI includes detailed procedures for executing DHA policy and those items that do not meet the criteria for inclusion in
the TADs or PDs. They serve as the "how to" portion of the DHA acquisition policy structure and include guidance for the
contracting staff, requiring activities, and program offices as it relates to the functional area of Contracting/Purchasing.
If you have any questions related to the above, please contact a Contract Policy and Compliance Division (CP&CD) Procurement Analyst.
You can contact a Procurement Analyst at 303-676-3985 or ContractPolicyDivision@dha.mil.
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