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Appendix F
DEFENSE ACQUISITION WORKFORCE IMPLEMENTATION REPORT

DEFENSE ACQUISITION WORKFORCE IMPLEMENTATION REPORT


Tables F-1 through F-22 display the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) reporting requirements as of September 30, 1998. Reporting requirement not included is Section 1762 (c) (13), number of personnel paid a bonus under Section 317, 37 U.S. Code. During FY 1998, the Service Secretaries did not request approval from the Secretary of Defense to exercise this authority.

The number of encumbered Critical Acquisition Positions (CAPs) was down over 5 percent from last year, from 14,711 to 13,907. Additionally, the total membership in the Acquisition Corps decreased 3 percent to 21,396.

Note: 1998 is the last required year for reporting this data.

Critical Acquisition Positions Held:
All Components Table F-1
Army Table F-2
Navy Table F-3
Marine Corps Table F-4
Air Force Table F-5
OSD, DoD Agencies, and Other Components Table F-6

Acquisition Corps Members:
Army Table F-7
Navy Table F-8
Marine Corps Table F-9
Air Force Table F-10
OSD, DoD Agencies, and Other Components Table F-11

Acquisition Corps Exceptions From Educational
Requirements in Effect End of FY 1998 Table F-12
Personnel Participating in Acquisition Intern, Cooperative Education, Scholarship, and Tuition Reimbursement Programs During FY 1998 Table F-13
Personnel Certified by Acquisition Career Program Boards in Lieu of a Baccalaureate Degree in FY 1998 Table F-14
Major Defense Acquisition Program Manager Reassignments During FY 1998 Table F-15
Major Defense Acquisition Deputy Program Manager Reassignments During FY 1998 Table F-16
Acquisition Workforce Waivers/Exceptions Granted During FY 1998 Table F-17

Officer Promotion Rate Comparisons:
Army Table F-18
Navy Table F-19
Marine Corps Table F-20
Air Force Table F-21

Critical Acquisition Position Reviews/Reassignments During FY 1998 Table F-22

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