Definition Edit

A Source Selection Authority (SSA) is

[t]he government official in charge of selecting the source for an acquisition. Most often the title is used when the selection process is formal and the official is other than the Contracting Officer.[1]

References Edit

  1. Information Technology: An Audit Guide For Assessing Acquisition Risks, Glossary, at 94.

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