Implementation Directive for Better Buying Power 2.0

May 1, 2013

A Memorandum from Frank Kendall-

As detailed in my November 13, 2012, memorandum to acquisition professionals introducing Better Buying Power (BBP) 2.0 and as listed in Attachement 1, we are continuing our efforts in the following seven areas to achieve greater efficiency and productivity in defense spending:

1. Achieve affordable programs;
2. Control costs throughout the product lifecycle;
3. Incentivize productivity and innovation in industry and government;
4. Eliminate unproductive processes and bureaucracy;
5. Promote effective competition;
6. Improve tradecraft in acquisition of services; and
7. Improve the professionalism of the total acquisition workforce

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