Acquisition Planning

Acquisition Planning

Capability Statement

Core Competencies

Is your contracting shop lurching from crisis to crisis? Issuing contracts with only hours to spare? Addx has decades of acquisition oversight in military and civilian service, so its Acquisition Services experts are among the most respected names in Federal contracting. They’ll show you how to create and use a Planning Review Board; determine which funds make sense for which contract; and plan and save strategically as a team.

Acquisition Planning

  • Using a Requirements Planning Review Board
  • Setting requisition deadlines
  • Avoiding urgency/letter contracts
  • Preventing unauthorized starts of work and ratifications
  • Contracting efficiently
  • Building teamwork

Past Performance

U.S. Air Force

By using rock-solid acquisition planning principles, Addx was able to help the U.S. Air Force secure construction materials that would require less maintenance, yielding lifecycle savings of $100,000.


Hampton Oberle, PMP Director, Integrated Program Solutions Group
As Director, Integrated Program Solutions Group, Mr. Oberle provides oversight and ensures operational performance for several technical, engineering, and administrative contracts supporting Civil and National Defense agencies. Read More
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Company Information

DUNS: 039872622; CAGE: 1XPA3 NAICS: 541611, 541219, 541330 GSA Schedules: MOBIS (GS-10F-0349N); OASIS SB Pool 2 NAICS 541219 (GS00Q14OADS201) PSC R704 (Auditing) or R710 (Financial) GSA OASIS SB Pool 3 (GS00Q14OADS301) NAICS 541330

The Addx Difference

Pre-Planning Expertise

By dealing with fiscal, business, and legal issues early on, Addx helps you head off contracting problems that often arise before a solicitation is let.