Welcome to the Directorate of Procurement Acquisition Policy page. From this site, employees and the general public can access the Defense Health Agency (DHA) acquisition policy and procedures specifically related to the DHA mission.
These documents will assist in efficiently conducting DHA business.
Please refer to the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), the
Department of Defense FAR Supplement (DFARS) and the
DFARS Procedures, Guidance, and Information (PGI) sites for federal and
Departmental acquisition policy and procedural guidance.
Defense Procurement & Acquisition Policy (DPAP) is responsible for all acquisition and procurement policy matters in the Department of Defense (DoD). This link provides access to the DPAP website.
DHA Acquisition policy, procedures, guides, forms, and templates are based on existing FAR, DFARS, DFARS PGI, and other sources (e.g., Office of Federal Procurement Policy, DoD Directives, DPAP memos, etc.).
Below is a listing of the various DHA documents. These documents are applicable to all DHA buying organizations and activities receiving support from Directorate of Procurement acquisition resources.
If you have any questions or comments related to the above, please contact a Contract Policy & Compliance Division (CP&CD) Procurement Analyst at ContractPolicyDivision@dha.mil.
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