Government Policy Divisions
Government Policy Advisory
The Government Policy Advisory Division (GPAD) is the policy integrating mechanism of the association comprising representatives of NDIA's national board of directors, other division chairs, as well as chapter presidents. Together they assist in the policy agenda development process as well as the educational awareness process.
The Legislative Information Division (LID) aims to provide NDIA members with access to key government and industry officials; to identify national security items of significant interest to NDIA membership; and to monitor defense- and technology-related legislation and select high interest areas for highlighting to the NDIA leadership.
NDIA's Procurement Division monitors and advances sound and practicable procurement/acquisition policies and procedures on all matters affecting government/industry business relationships relating to the procurement/acquisition process, allowing government to obtain needed supplies and services at an equitable and reasonable price with the least possible disruption of industrial practices. In achievement of this, the Procurement Division maintains close working relationships with government and industry agencies and conducts studies to provide government with industry perspectives on policies, practices, needs, and problems. The Division also serves member companies by providing information on developments related to the acquisition process.
The Procurement Division is comprised of five (5) committees:
- Procurement Planning Committee (PPC)
- Contract Finance Committee (CF)
- Contract and Acquisition Management Committee (CAM)
- Legal Committee
- Industrial Security Committee (ISC)
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