tina

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tina

(ˈtiːnə)
n
(Recreational Drugs) a slang word for crystal meth
[C21: so called because it is commonly bought in (six)teen(ths) of an ounce]
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The net result was that the government had all the data, its impact on price was addressed, and the contractor avoided liability under the Truth in Negotiations Act and the False Claims Act.
John McCain, who chairs the Senate Armed Services Committee's Airland subcommittee, expressed concern over the use of "other transaction authority" (OTA), rather than a normal procurement contract, which exempted the FCS program from the Procurement Integrity Act and the Truth in Negotiations Act. Sen.
In its announcement of this final rule, DOD also clarified that violations of the Truth in Negotiations Act, False Claims Act, and suspensions/debarments under FAR Part 9, were specifically excluded from this new reporting requirement regulation.