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Contracting Programs for Alaska Native Corporations: Historical Development and Legal Authorities
Kate M. Manuel (au); John R. Luckey (au); Jane M. Smith (au)
The widely reported increase in federal contract dollars awarded to Alaska Native Corporations (ANCs) and their subsidiaries in recent years has generated congressional and public interest in the legal authorities that govern contracting with these entities. Currently, federal agencies may contract with ANCs or their subsidiaries under several different statutory authorities: (1) the Armed Services Procurement Act (ASPA) and the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act (FPASA); (2) Section 8(a) of the Small Business Act; and (3) Section 15 of the Small Business Act. The identity of the procuring agency and the size of the ANC or ANC-owned firm, in part, determine which authority is used in particular circumstances. Introduction; The History of Contracting Programs for ANCs: Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act and ANCs; Definition of ANCs as Tribes; Legal Authorities Governing Contracting with ANCs; Legislative Activity in the 112th Congress; Regulatory Developments. Figure and table. This is a print on demand report.
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