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NITAAC obtains 801 Certification: DOD Assisted Acquisitions Now Much Easier
NITAAC recently announced it obtained 801 certification for fiscal year 2022. But what exactly is 801 certification and why is it so important? To answer that question, let’s start by looking at the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).