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SmallGovCon’s 2017 NDAA Government Contracting Roundup

Koprince Law LLC

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President Obama signed the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act into law on December 23, 2016.  As is often the case, the NDAA included many changes affecting government contractors.

Here at SmallGovCon, my colleagues and I have been following the 2017 NDAA closely.  Here’s a roundup of all 16 posts we’ve written about the government contracting provisions of the 2017 NDAA.

That’s a wrap of our coverage for now, but we’ll keep you posted as various provisions of the 2017 NDAA begin to be implemented.  And of course, it won’t be long until we start covering the upcoming 2018 NDAA.

Happy New Year!


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With the change of not having to consider price on a multiple award contract, how does that affect the trade off process? Does one now redefine tradeoff in this scenario? Ask for deviation from SS procedures? 

 

 

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