ACQuipedia serves as an online encyclopedia of common defense acquisition topics. Each topic is identified as an article; each article contains a definition, a brief narrative that provides context, and includes links to the most pertinent policy, guidance, tools, practices, and training, that further augment understanding and expand depth. At its essence ACQuipedia provides the acquisition workforce with quick access to information in a succinct and digestible format.
Link to a list of professional organizations and their websites.
The DAG web site provides the acquisition workforce and industry partners with a more effective, user-friendly capability to instantly access best business practices, supporting policy, and lessons learned. The purpose is to enhance your ability to plan and execute your acquisition programs.
Developed by DAU to be the search site of choice by the Acquisition, Technology and Logistics workforce of DoD. Connected to it currently are all the content on the Defense Acquisition Portal (DAP), the public content on the Acquisition Community Connection (ACC), the database of questions and answers from Ask a Professor (AAP), the Defense Acquisition Guidebook (DAG), and the DAU Home Page.
PDF versions of several relevant brochures and publications.
DPAP is responsible for all acquisition and procurement policy matters in the Department of Defense (DoD).
Forms Library—includes DAWIA Forms.
DAU’s Defense Acquisition Workforce Career Management home page
An internet listing of resources tailored to the Professional Acquisition Workforce.
Includes DAU course schedules and low fill classes.
Archive of DAU catalogs. Also links to the new iCatalog.
Link to DAU’s virtual Library with large array of Acquisition topics.
Ask A Professor (AAP) is a Department of Defense resource for asking acquisition and logistics questions concerning policies and practices.