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Why Create a New Contract when an Existing Interagency Contract Vehicle Will Do?

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    SPILLING THE TEA: Tips, Tricks, and Templates for Interagency Agreements.  Using interagency agreements (IAA)s, the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) Contracts Planning and Research (CPR) division has created combination templates and reduced paperwork, while maintaining compliance with DoD Regulations. Traditionally, a large procurement has a procurement action lead time (PALT) of over 200 days.  This lead time for an IAA is reduced to 30 days for the program and contracting office (of requesting agency).  This reduction allows you to use your resources for other initiatives.  Can your team meet requirements through IAAs? Come learn DCSA CPR’s secrets to using IAAs more often with less administrative workload.

    For questions, please contact [email protected].

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    Jonelle Walters

    Jonelle Walters

    Ms. Jonelle Walters is the Branch Chief and Component Lead Agreement Manager of Contracts Research and Planning (CPR) for the Defense Counterintelligence Security Agency (DCSA). Ms. Walters has over 17 years of acquisition experience in the DoD and recently stood up the DCSA CPR department which is solely responsible for all Interagency Agreements in DCSA.

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    Dionna Britten

    Dionna Britten

    Ms. Dionna Britten currently serves as a Procurement Analyst on the Contracts Planning and Research (CPR) team at the Defense Counterintelligence Security Agency (DCSA). Ms. Britten has 14 years of acquisition experience within the DoD, most of which gained while working with the Army Contracting Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

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    LTC Jason Miller

    LTC Jason S. Miller

    LTC Jason S. Miller is an activated Army Reserve acquisition officer. LTC Miller’s Acquisition assignments include Assistant Product Manager in the Stryker then MRAP Project Offices, as a contract specialist for Army Contracting Command, Chief of Acquisitions for the 335th Signal Command Kuwait, and his Civilian role as a Program Manager for Obsolescence and Reverse Engineering at the Army Ground Vehicle System Center. In 2022 LTC Miller was selected for an activation to provide support to the DCSA as a Senior Contract Specialist.

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    Crystal Davis

    Crystal Davis

    Ms. Crystal Davis is a Procurement Analyst in Contracts Planning and Research (CP&R) for the Defense Counterintelligence Security Agency (DCSA).  Ms. Davis has over 20 years of acquisition experience supporting the DoD and other Government customers through Industry.  She joined DCSA’s CP&R department in January 2023 to support and streamline the Interagency Agreement (IAA) process.

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