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Federal Contracting: Commercial Item Test Program Beneficial, but Actions Needed to Mitigate Potential Risks
Timothy J. DiNapoli (au)
Federal agencies rely on the commercial marketplace for a range of goods and services. In 1996, Congress authorized the use of simplified acquisition procedures for commercial items now valued up to $6.5 million under the Test Program for Certain Commercial Items. The test program is currently authorized until January 2015. However, due to a lack of reliable data, Congress has had limited insights into the actual use and benefits of the test program. This report addresses (1) the extent to which federal agencies have used the test program, and (2) its benefits and risks, if any. The Departments of Defense (DOD), Homeland Security (DHS), and the Interior (DOI) accounted for 74% of test program use in FY 2011 based on data reported in Federal Procurement Data System-Next Generation (FPDS-NG). Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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