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Inherently Governmental Functions and Department of Defense Operations: Background, Issues, and Options for Congress
John R. Luckey (au); Valerie Bailey Grasso (au); Kate M. Manuel (au)
An “inherently governmental function” is one that, as a matter of law and policy, must be performed by fed. gov’t. employees and cannot be contracted out because it is “intimately related to the public interest.” This report provides background, issues, and options for Congress on defining inherently governmental functions within the context of U.S. Dept. of Defense (DoD) operations. The report focuses upon DoD because of the specific functions that it performs; its prominent role in fed. contracting; its unique workforce, which consists of military and civilian personnel; and recent allegations that DoD, among other agencies, has improperly contracted out inherently governmental functions. Charts and tables.
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