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  1. So, the question should be does the Director have the authority to issue a warrant to an in-house Attorney?
  2. Yes, here is the situation. Micro- independent agency in the process of being phased out. CO with only warrant in the Agency who is ready to retire. Need to lay out options to the Agency Head. Have an in-house Attorney with excellent credentials and experience. Can the Director delegate obligation and signature authority to this Attorney for any remaining contracts that may come after CO retires or does it have to be a warranted federal contracts person? Is the alternative to find another federal agency willing to provide these services?
  3. Can a CO or Head of Agency delegate contracting authority to a non-warranted program official, i.e. agency Attorney. If so, how is it accomplished and under what authority?
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