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Avery Coauthors "FY 2013 NDAA Passes Without Many of the More Controversial Contracting Provisions" for Bloomberg BNA "Federal Contracts Report"

Articles / January 8, 2013

Barron Avery coauthored an article for Bloomberg BNA "Federal Contracts Report" on January 8, 2013, entitled "FY 2013 NDAA Passes Without Many of the More Controversial Contracting Provisions." The article discusses Fiscal Year 2013 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) signed by President Obama and outlines some of the most important requirements and restrictions set forth in the NDAA that contractors will need to grapple with. These provisions include related to trafficking in persons, counterfeit electronic parts, cybersecurity, DCAA access to contractor internal audit reports, Limitation on use of cost-type contracts, contractor profits, contractor employee compensation, contingency contracting, small business, suspension and debarment, and extension of contractor conflicts of interest limitations.

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