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Congress moves to restore simplified acquisition procedures authority – FierceGovernment

The House and Senate conference version of the fiscal 2013 national defense authorization act unveiled Dec. 18 would restore federal authority to make contracts worth between more than $150,000 and $6.5 million under simplified acquisition procedures.

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3 thoughts on “Congress moves to restore simplified acquisition procedures authority – FierceGovernment

  1. Now if they only mandated that simplified acquisition procedures contracts are mandated for small business set-asides, then the 23% goal would be legitimately assured of being met and reversing the downward trend.

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    Posted by Jaime Gracia (@jaimegracia) | December 20, 2012, 12:12

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