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An acquisition strategy is

[t]he conceptual framework for conducting systems acquisition, encompassing the broad concepts and objectives that direct and control the overall development, production, and deployment of a system. It evolves in parallel with the system's maturation. It must be stable enough to provide continuity but dynamic and flexible enough to accommodate change. It is tailored to fit the needs for developing, producing, and fielding the system. The set of decisions that determines how products and services will be acquired, including contracting method, contract duration, contract pricing, and quantities.

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