Committee on House Administration Diversity Procurement Webinar Washington, D.C. September 22, 2010 U.S. House of Representatives Office of Chief Administrative Officer Procurement Management Presentation Procurement Management
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Committee on House AdministrationDiversity Procurement WebinarWashington, D.C.September 22, 2010U.S. House of RepresentativesOffice of Chief Administrative OfficerProcurement ManagementPresentation
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No. The FAR regulates procurement practices for the Executive Branch of the federal government and its related agencies. The Guidelines for the Procurement of Goods and Services for the House of Representatives regulate the procurement practices of the House. A copy of the guidelines can be obtained at www.house.gov/opp-web/guidelines.pdf.
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No. The House conducts procurements that provide for maximum possible competition according to the Guidelines for the Procurement of Goods and Services for the House of Representatives.
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