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a contractor concerned with the development and manufacture of systems of defense

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Valerie Brown, who very recently assumed her position at Defense Contracting Management Agency (DCMA), reviewed the Defense Logistics Agency's (DLA) role in supporting FMS.
The Defense Acquisition University and the entire defense acquisition workforce extend our deepest sympathy to the family, friends, and colleagues of two defense contracting officers who were killed in a rocket attack on the U.S.
The Defense Contracting Command-Washington intends to negotiate a contract for advice and support for planning, developing and building the National Museum of the United States Army.
The Defense Contracting Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (DASW01-03-C-0034).
Conyers, the senior member of the Congressional Black Caucus, has vowed to make the federally mandated 5% goal a permanent feature of the defense contracting structure.
Alias, Inc., a large nationally known company, undertakes some defense contracting and allows its employees to bank their vacation time.
The intention of this account is to provide an illustration of the problems defense contractors face in an overregulated environment, not to adjudicate the merits of a particular defense contracting issue.
The IG report, dated March 23, examined 24 contracts worth $122.5 million that were awarded in 2003 by the Defense Contracting Command-Washington, primarily for humanitarian assistance, such as media support, and consultants to assist the Office of Reconstruction and Humanitarian Assistance and its successor, the Coalition Provisional Authority.
From your unique perspective, how can DAU improve or enhance the curriculum to better support the defense contracting workforce?
The Defense Contracting Command Washington plans an RFP for general administrative, human resources, and program execution support on behalf of the Office of the Director for Operational Test and Evaluation.
When using the Standard Procurement System (SPS) to contract for commercial items, all Department of Defense contracting activities may deviate from the requirements in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 12.301(b)(4), the clause at FAR 52.212-5, Defense FAR Supplements (DFARS) 212.301(f)(iii), and the clause at DFARS 252.212-7001.
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