DOD curbs contract consolidations

The Defense Department is asking for comments on an interim procurement rule that limits how often two or more requirements can be consolidated into a single contract when those requirements collectively are worth more than $5 million.

The rule, published Sept. 17 in the Federal Register, implements a provision of the 2004 Defense Authorization Act.

Comments on the interim rule are due by Nov. 16 at www.regulations.gov. Comments should be identified by DFARS Case 2003-D109. Comments may also be e-mailed to dfars@osd.mil.

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