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The Government Printing Office would have to compete with companies for federal agencies’ printing jobs, under a proposed rule published this week.
The Office of Management and Budget will likely not set a governmentwide target for competitive sourcing in fiscal 2004, according to federal procurement chief Angela Styles.
The Bush administration Wednesday told federal procurement officials to cut back on bundling contracts, saying the practice makes it difficult for small businesses to compete for federal dollars.
Ignoring a congressional mandate to use the Government Printing Office, President Bush’s budget director this week announced that private contractors may print the fiscal 2004 budget.