commercial items


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commercial items

Articles of supply readily available from established commercial distribution sources which the Department of Defense or inventory managers in the Military Services have designated to be obtained directly or indirectly from such sources.
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Some companies contend the Pentagon consistently demands certified cost and pricing data for commercial items.
As of 28 September 2006, the FAR "authorizes an exception to the Buy American Act for acquisitions of information technology that are commercial items.
500(c) test program requirement to purchase commercial items or supplies (in laymen terms) rather than services.
The NWR Office, as a steward of Army property, decided to look for a way to broaden the visibility of these nonstandard commercial items so they would be available for extended use by the services before they were reported as excess to the DRMO.
More than 7,000 pallets of waste wood from the Dow Corning complex, Barry, have been sent for recycling to Track 2000 in Cardiff, a charity that aims to conserve resources by recycling surplus household and commercial items.
Based on an original exhibition at London's Horniman Museum,it has been extended in Liverpool to include more commercial items like Sooty,Muffin the Mule and even The Beatles.
The 1996 Federal Acquisition Reform Act (FARA) continued the intent of FASA and created opportunities for agencies to implement more efficient procedures, promote competition, and purchase commercial items with roughly the same ease as nongovernmental agencies.
Exploit the opportunity to claim commercial item treatment for technical data and software Burden One: Undertake the steps necessary to ensure that the company's products and services qualify as "commercial items" in Federal procurements.
If you export munitions items--or commercial items that the government has classified as munitions--you must deal with the licensing requirements maintained by the State Department's Office of Defense Trade Controls.
While the change in menu has proved popular, the staff is quick to point out that commercial items are balanced with fruit, vegetables, crackers and yogurt snacks.
And it is appropriate to restrict the sale of commercial items that have military use.
The applicability rule implements the Federal Acquisitions Reform Act of 1996 by exempting certain contracts for the acquisition of commercial items from cost accounting standards (CAS) requirements.

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