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Pentagon proposes rule meant to help non-traditional contractors and small businesses

August 31, 2016, Inside Defense

Frederic Levy is quoted in an Inside Defense article regarding a proposed rule that would exempt non-traditional contractors and small businesses from certified cost and pricing data requirements for certain contracts. According to Levy, the "intent is to open up participation in government programs." He adds, "Expanding that concept to a broader base of awards would invite more participation.”

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