Sustainable Procurement: A Closer Look at the New Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) – JD Supra

Learning objectives include:

– target goals of the new Rule;

– types of contracts excluded from the Rule; and

– implications for future procurements, including potential protests. See less –
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