Government Contracts: Reduced Risk Through Commercial Product and Commercial Service Contracting

14 April 2022 Practical Law Publication
Author(s): Erin L. Toomey

The US government spends a significant amount of money each year procuring a wide variety of goods and services from contractors, ranging from typical government purchases, such as weapons and aircraft, to what may be considered atypical purchases, such as advertising, consulting, and construction services as well as mundane goods, such as office supplies, clothing and food.

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