Army DACM ACF Certification Policy Memorandum - Final 20191001 signed CAS with Encls and Summaryr16_

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, ACQUISITION CAREER FIELD CERTIFICATION POLICY COVERSHEET - SUMMARY OF CHANGES PARA SIGNIFICANT CHANGES FROM THE PREVIOUS POLICY 4 Applicability: Added more detail to clarify that this policy applies to all three military components (Active, Army National Guard (ARNG), and US Army Reserves (USAR)) and Army Medical Department (AMEDD) officers. 4 Applicability: Wage-grade personnel are not eligible to apply for Acquisition Career Field (ACF) certification. 5 Responsibilities: Certifying Officials assigned to the Army Director, Acquisition Career Management (DACM) Office are responsible for Title 5 and Title 32 employees, as well as AMEDD officers. 5 Responsibilities: Provided the link to the CAMP Help Desk 6 Official Records: Created a separate paragraph to address Official Records and clarified what is the document of record for each acquisition population. ACRB is the document of record for AAW civilians; ORB is the document of record for Active, USAR, and ARNG officers; and Soldier Record Brief (SRB) is for Active, USAR, and ARNG NCOs. 6 Official Records: Deleted reference to Enlisted Record Briefing (ERB) and inserted Soldier Record Brief (SRB) in its place. 8 Certification: FA51 officers can only obtain certification in three ACFs: Program Management, Contracting, and Test & Evaluation (T&E); T&E certification is only available to Experimental Test Pilots. 11 Added section on special certification considerations for Contracting. 12 Experience standards: Experience standards for acquisition certification shall be consistent for AAW military professionals (FA51 officers and MOS 51C NCOs serving in the Active Component, USAR, and ARNG) as well as AMEDD officers.
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