Planning Forward with GSA in Mind

The Comprehensive Acquisition Plan Wizard

Listing of Comprehensive Aquisition Plan sections

The Comprehensive Acquisition Plan is made up of sections that each address a particular concern of the Acquisition Planning process. You'll be able to type in (or paste in from another document if you've already drafted parts of your plan) background and document decisions that your planning team develop over time. The parts of the Comprehensive Acquisition Plan include:

  • Project Information
  • Acquisition Background and Objectives
    • Statement of Need
    • Applicable Conditions
    • Delivery or Performance-Period Requirements
    • Trade-Offs
    • Risks
    • Acquisition Streamlining
  • Plan of Action
    • Sources
    • Competition
    • Source Selection
    • Acquisition Considerations
    • Performance-Based Acquisitions
    • Budgeting & Funding
    • Product or Service Descriptions
    • Priorities, Allocations, Allotments
    • Contractor versus Government Performance
    • Inherently Governmental Functions
    • Management Information Requirements
    • Make or Buy
    • Test and Evaluation
    • Logistical Considerations
    • Government Furnished Property
    • Government Furnished Information
    • Environmental and Energy Conservation Objectives
    • Security Considerations
    • Contract Administration
    • Other Considerations
    • Acquisition Milestones
  • Participants
  • File Attachments
  • Approval