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John, the FAR provides approved methods for "selected source"
procurements, and the AGO has no objection to using those--legitimately. The
problem is that too often the agency cannot justify the sole-source
procurement and fakes up circumstances. That's against FAR, whuch makes it
illegal. - Herm
Subject: Re: Proposal writing
> > digital. In
> > fact, at on time I was getting a steady stream of reports from a
> > federal
> > agency complaining about wiring of contracts and other practices
> > regarded as violations of basic procurement principles. - Herm
> Believe it or not...I don't find wiring as a violation if you give
> everyone equal opportunity to try to comply. Is it wrong to want to
> get exactly what works? If I have 2 billion dollars of CISCO HW, SW,
> and Training, it is wrong to want 200 more CISCO routers instead
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