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1st sess 2d sess 91st Cong Accounting Office Acquisition Activities Administration agency Air Force American Analysis Armed ASPR Assistant Secretary Association August Authority Board Center Chapter Committee on Government Competitive Cong Congress Construction Contractor Corporation Cost Council Data December Decisions Department of Defense Economic Effect Engineering Establish Evaluation Executive February Federal Fiscal Government Contracts Government Operations Government Printing Office Government Procurement Grants Group Hearings House Industrial ington Institute January John Joint Journal July June Law Review Letter Logistics Management March ment Military Need November October Operations Patent Policy prepared Problems Procedures Process Products Program Proposed Provide Public Relations Report Requirements Research and Development Robert Science Secretary of Defense Select Senate September Services Small Business Space Spring Standards Study Subcommittee Supply Systems Task Technical Technology Test tion tracts U.S. Department U.S. General Accounting U.S. Government Printing United University Wash Washington York
Page 104 - Act of 1949 in Order To Establish Federal Policy Concerning the Selection of Firms and Individuals To Perform Architectural, Engineering, and Related Services for the Federal Government.
Page 42 - Commission's support of competitive negotiations is based on the premise that the fee to be charged will not be the dominant factor in contracting for professional services. The primary factor should be the relative merits of proposals for the end product, including cost, sought by the Government, with fee becoming important only when technical proposals are equal.
Page 74 - The Role of Science and Technology in Economic Development, Science Policy Studies and Documents, No. 18. Paris, UNESCO, 1970. Kornreich, Donald B., and Ronald L. Schwartz. "The New Law of Government Service Contracts.
Page 31 - Procurement urged the establishment by law of a central Office of Federal Procurement Policy in the Executive Office of the President, preferably in the Office of Management and Budget, with specialized competence to take the leadership in procurement policy and related matters.
Page 38 - ... 5. Finance the exploration of alternative systems by: (a) Proposing agency development budgets according to mission need to support the exploration of alternative system candidates. (b) Authorizing and appropriating funds by agency mission area in accordance with review of agency mission needs and goals for new acquisition programs. (c) Allocating agency development funds to components by mission need to support the most promising system candidates. Monitor components...
Page 2 - Florida Senator EDWARD J. GURNEY Florida RICHARD E. HORNER President and Director EF Johnson Company Waseca, Minnesota Congressman FRANK HORTON New York PETER D. JOERS Special Assistant to the President of Weyerhauser Corp. Hot Springs, Arkansas ARTHUR F.
Page 42 - Federal food quality assurance program. 3-54, 103 ; 4-206 * * * 18. Encourage procuring activities, when it is deemed in the best interests of the Government, to purchase supplies or services from public utilities by accepting the commercial forms and provisions that are used in the utilities' sales to industry and the general public, provided the service contract provisions are not in violation of public law.
Page 39 - Providing selected contractors with the operational test conditions, mission performance criteria, and lifetime ownership cost factors that will be used in the final system evaluation and selection. (c) Proceeding with final development and initial production and with commitments to a firm date for operational use after the agency needs and goals are reaffirmed and competitive demonstration results prove that the chosen technical approach is sound and definition of a system procurement program is...