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Employment History

Director of Acquisition Resources and Analysis In the Office

Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition , Technology and Logistics


Acquisition Executive In the Office

Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition , Technology and Logistics


Director, Acquisition Resources and Analysis

Department of Defense


Director, Acquisition Resources and Analysis

Institute for Defense Analyses


Director, Acquisition Resources and Analysis, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense

Acquisition , Technology


Director, Acquisition Resources and Analysis OUSD

Defense Acquisition University Alumni Association


Office of the Secretary of Defense


Affiliations

US Department of Defense

Director


American Statistical Association

Founding Member


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www.govexec.com

Many of the changes have focused on the front end of the acquisition process, according to Nancy Spruill, director of acquisition resources and analysis in the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics.
"The department is committed to making trade-offs among cost, schedule and performance to significantly reduce cost growth in major defense acquisition programs," Spruill told the House Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs. To reduce the risk of cost overruns, additional reviews will be conducted early in the process, scrutinizing the schedule, cost limitations and technological maturity of major weapon programs, Spruill said. The department also has increased the size and capabilities of its cost estimating staff and is using contract fee structures that are better tied to delivered accomplishments, she said. "We believe these steps will result in more thoughtfully structured programs that reinforce our stated preference for an evolutionary acquisition approach," Spruill said.


gtpac.org [cached]

Many of the changes have focused on the front end of the acquisition process, according to Nancy Spruill, director of acquisition resources and analysis in the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics.
"The department is committed to making trade-offs among cost, schedule and performance to significantly reduce cost growth in major defense acquisition programs," Spruill told the House Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs. The law, which legislators have described as the most significant change to the Pentagon's purchasing system in two decades, addressed the ballooning cost of Defense weapons system acquisitions. For example, it includes a provision that presumes any weapon program that exceeds its original costs by more than 25 percent will be terminated. If the program is not canceled, then it must be restructured and reviewed again. To reduce the risk of cost overruns, additional reviews will be conducted early in the process, scrutinizing the schedule, cost limitations and technological maturity of major weapon programs, Spruill said. The department also has increased the size and capabilities of its cost estimating staff and is using contract fee structures that are better tied to delivered accomplishments, she said. "We believe these steps will result in more thoughtfully structured programs that reinforce our stated preference for an evolutionary acquisition approach," Spruill said.


www.fedinsider.com

Meantime, Nancy Spruill, an acquisition executive in the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, told lawmakers of progress in getting weapons systems costs and schedules under control.


bmc.ida.org [cached]

Biographies | Dr. Nancy Spruill | The Honorable Edward "Pete" Aldridge | Mr. Larry Lanzillotta | Dr. Kathy Peroff | Mr. Ken Krieg | VADM Stanley Szemborski | Mr. Bill Greenwalt | Mr. Peter Levine | Dr. David Chu | Ms. JoAnn BoutelleDr. Nancy SpruillDirector, Acquisition Resources & Analysis


www.racotek.com [cached]

Dr. Nancy Spruill, the director, acquisition resources and analysis, in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, was awarded the coveted David D. Acker "Skill in Communication" Award, the DAUAA's most prestigious award.


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