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Defense Contracting: Competition for Services and Recent Initiatives to Increase Competitive Procurements
John P. Hutton (au)
Competition is a critical tool for achieving the best return on investment for taxpayers. In FY 2011, the Department of Defense (DOD) obligated about $375 billion through contracts; more than half that amount was for services. Agencies are required to award contracts on the basis of full and open competition, but are permitted to award noncompetitive contracts in certain situations. This report examined (1) how competition rates for services compare to competition rates for products and trends in competition for services; (2) the reasons for noncompetitive contracts and task orders for services; and (3) steps DOD has taken to increase competition. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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