Fligh-Safety Parts: Local Procurement Not Allowed

Cooper, Al
January 2002
Army Logistician;Jan/Feb2002, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p26
Focuses on United States Army's policy on installation of flight-safety parts on Army aircraft. Elimination of local procurement of the parts; Passage of the Competition in Contracting Act in 1984; Army Aviation and Troop Command's establishment of a policy for safe disposal or resale of flight-safety parts.


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