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The Defense Department today (Oct. 27, 2022) for the first time released the public versions of three strategic documents — the National Defense Strategy, the Nuclear Posture Review and the Missile Defense Review — together after having developed both the classified and unclassified versions of all three in conjunction with one another.
This National Security Strategy lays out our plan to achieve a better future of a free, open, secure, and prosperous world. Our strategy is rooted in our national interests: to protect the security of the American people; to expand economic prosperity and opportunity; and to realize and defend the democratic values at the heart of the American way of life. We can do none of this alone and we do not have to. Most nations around the world define their interests in ways that are compatible with ours. We will build the strongest and broadest possible coalition of nations that seek to cooperate with each other, while competing with those powers that offer a darker vision and thwarting their efforts to threaten our interests.
A set of acquisition pathways to enable the workforce to tailor strategies to deliver better solutions faster. https://aaf.dau.edu/
The Defense Acquisition Guidebook (DAG) has been retired and replaced by a modern set of guidebooks aligned with our new acquisition policies. There are twelve different functional areas fundamental to the operation of the defense acquisition process. https://aaf.dau.edu/guidebooks/
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PMs shall integrate, implement, and report on HSI activities within their portfolios to any Milestone authorities within their AAF pathway.
In January of 2022, Title 10 USC was reorganized. While there were no substantive changes, there was an overall reorganization and a complete section renumbering.
This means that if you find any reference to Title 10 sections in older material, the references are probably now wrong.
For example, in the old Title 10 Selected Acquisition Reports were required in section 2432. In the new Title 10 they are in section 4351.
A&S has published a cross-walk from the old sections to the new sections https://www.acq.osd.mil/asda/ae/title-10-reorganization.html
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