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NAVY - OPNAV 5000.53A

(N9) U.S. NAVY MARITIME ACCELERATED ACQUISITION

active, Most Current
Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 19 October 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 7
scope:

Scope and Applicability. This instruction applies to all U.S. Navy organizations performing or engaging in any activity related to the MAA paths. This instruction does not supersede or modify the assignment of responsibilities in SECNAVINST 5430.7R.

Purpose

a. To implement policies contained in reference (a) to deliver mission critical warfighting capabilities as rapidly as feasible using authorized acquisition processes.

b. This revision removes the term "Maritime Accelerated Capabilities Office," defines "maritime accelerated acquisition (MAA)" as the only term used for programs designated by the Accelerated Acquisition Board of Directors (AA BoD), explains the execution of the MAA process, and includes appropriate financial organizations in the development of the acquisition plan. This instruction is a complete revision and should be reviewed in its entirety.

Document History

OPNAV 5000.53A
October 19, 2018
(N9) U.S. NAVY MARITIME ACCELERATED ACQUISITION
Scope and Applicability. This instruction applies to all U.S. Navy organizations performing or engaging in any activity related to the MAA paths. This instruction does not supersede or modify the...
March 15, 2017
(N9) NAVY ACCELERATED ACQUISITION FOR THE RAPID DEVELOPMENT, DEMONSTRATION, AND FIELDING OF CAPABILITIES
Scope and Applicability. This instruction applies to all U.S. Navy organizations performing or engaging in any activity related to the AA paths. This instruction does not supersede or modify the...

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