Since the 1930s, the Buy American Act has required federal agencies to provide preferential treatment in its purchases of domestic end-products. The Postal Service is not subject to the Buy American Act, but prescribes a provision and clause for domestic preference when awarding supply contracts and has issued guidance for evaluating proposals offering domestic and foreign end-products in. The objective was to assess whether the Postal Service applied domestic preference requirements during the award of vehicle and vehicle parts contracts.
Thursday, June 7, 2018
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