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  1. When determining which subcontractors need to submit cost and pricing data, is it per contractor or per part that meets the threshold of $750K? For example, on the BOM a single subcontractor has three materials listed separately. None of the three would meet the threshold of $750K if ordered from separate subcontractors but if you add the three together it would be over $750K. Would cost and pricing data be needed for the combination of the 3 materials since they are being purchased by the same subcontractor or would a material need to meet the threshold separately to require the cost and pricing data?
  2. Just stopping by to share an interesting read (via Politico) regarding the current pricing environment in the Department of Defense. Enjoy and looking forward to the discussion! http://www.politico.com/story/2016/04/defense-pentagon-spending-assad-221776
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