Procurement Reform Guide

Streamlining Federal Acquisition
A Guide to the New Law (January 1995) The Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act is the biggest thing to happen to federal procurement in years. This guide covers the act's impact on simplified acquisitions, electronic commerce, commercial products, protests and debriefings, performance-based service contracting and more.

Overview
Details of the New Procurement Law
Simplified Acquisition Reform
Electronic Commerce
Protests/Debriefings
Commercial Products
Past Performance
Performance-Based Contracting
Pilot Programs
Task and Delivery Order Contracts
Small and Disadvantaged Businesses
Miscellaneous Provisions
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Resolving Contract Disputes
Best-Value Buys
What's Next?

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