Economy in Government Property Management -- Procurement of Data Processing Equipment: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Economy in Government of ..., 91-2, July 1, 1970
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acquisition action activities additional Administration agencies Air Force Army award basis believe BENEFITS Budget Bureau Chairman PROXMIRE changes CHARGES Civilian Total committee competition components computer system consider contractors contracts CORP cost CUNNINGHAM data processing Department of Defense determine dollars economical effective equipment established ESTIMATED evaluation Federal fiscal FUNDS Government improve included increased independent industry installed interest inventory issued June leased maintenance manufacturers ment military million Navy negotiated OBLIGATIONS obtained Office operating percent peripheral peripheral equipment PERSONAL PERSONNEL plans plug-to-plug compatible practices problems procedures procurement proposed PUBLIC purchase recommended records rental replacement Representative Representative Brown requirements responsibility result savings selection SERVICES sources specific standards statement suggestion supply system manufacturer tape drives tion TRUST FUNDS United utilization
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