GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING: Contractors sidestep 'blacklist' rule

February 2002
FoodService Director;2/15/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p16
Trade Publication
Reports that a federal rule that could have limited the number of food service contractors allowed to bid on U.S. government projects has been overturned in 2002. Provisions of the aborted federal rule; Reasons for the opposition of the International Foodservice Distributors Association to the rule.


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