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Acquisition Policies Implementation Guidance

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NOTE: Any interim HHSAR changes with an effective date prior to January 26, 2010, have been superseded by the amended HHSAR.

 

Competition Advocate/Task and Delivery Order Ombudsman Announcement

Contract Competition Advocate

The HHS Competition Advocate promotes competition for the purchase of products and services. The advocate works with HHS contracting officers to ensure that procurements are not a barrier to competition. The specific duties of the Advocate can be found in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).

Ms. Deborah Griffin, the HHS Competition Advocate, can be reached at deborah.griffin@hhs.gov or by telephone at (202) 690-8662.

Task and Delivery Order Ombudsman

Contractors who have concerns or disagreements with the selection of an awardee for a competitively-awarded task or delivery order should contact Ms. Deborah Griffin. She can be reached at deborah.griffin@hhs.gov or by telephone at: (202) 690-8662.

For information about the duties of the Ombudsman, see the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).

ATTENTION: The Advocate and Ombudsman do not serve as a general complaint investigator for HHS programs not directly related to awarded competitions. 

 

Conferences and Meetings

 

OMB Guidance

 

Policy and Guidance Memoranda

  • Policy vs. Guidance: Defining the Difference
    This memorandum defines the words “policy” and “guidance” and indicates the way these terms will be used by the Department when issuing acquisition workforce documentation.

 

 

Security and Fraud

 

Software and Licensing


Archived Material

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Content created by Assist. Sec./Financial Resources - Division of Acquisition
Content last reviewed on January 26, 2015