DARS Council to put knowledge management online

The Defense Acquisition Regulations Council is seeking ideas from industry about how to move the Defense Acquisition Regulations System away from paper.

The council said it wants a 'user-friendly IT system that facilitates collaboration and communication among all the stakeholders,' which include 26 committees and about 250 members.

Proposals should include a knowledge management structure, the council's request for information said.

'This is a market research initiative to identify commercial hardware and software capable of supporting an end-to-end, integrated and transparent DARS process' and make it easier to change regulations, collaborate, approve, send feedback, archive, retrieve and manage data, the RFI said.

Deadline for responses is Jan. 15. The RFI appears on the FedBizOpps site; click to link.

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