Chief Acquisition Officers Council (CAOC)
The CAOC is the principal interagency forum for improving the Federal acquisition system and promoting the President's specific acquisition-related initiatives and policies. The CAOC was established pursuant to Section l6A of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP) Act.
Strategic Sourcing and Acquisition Management: The CAOC supports programs and initiatives to identify opportunities for savings and increased efficiencies in Federal sourcing and acquisition. They are also undertaking steps to bridge the gap between program management and contracting for IT reforms and other efforts.
Transparency Improvement: This effort is focused on increasing and improving acquisition data and information.
Human Capital: The CAOC is working to further develop the capacity, capability and skill sets of the Federal acquisition workforce.