OMB Calls For Analysis Of Agency Service Contracts

Law360, New York (November 11, 2010, 4:25 PM EST) -- The U.S. Office of Management and Budget has released guidelines to help civilian agencies prepare an annual inventory of service contracts to better understand which government functions should be performed by contractors and which by federal employees.

Agencies will be required to disclose any service contracts of more than $25,000, including those carried out on their behalf by other agencies, according to a Nov. 5 memorandum sent by OMB Administrator Daniel I. Gordon to chief acquisition officers and senior procurement executives.

The service contract inventories, a...
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