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Official Title as Introduced

To amend title 10, United States Code, to impose additional prohibitions on convicted individuals and debarred or suspended contractors, and to require the Secretary of Defense to withdraw approval of any defense contractor's system for awarding subcontracts if the contractor enters into a subcontract with a contractor who has been suspended or debarred by the Federal government.


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Date
03/27/1990Introduced in House

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Date
04/04/1990Executive Comment Requested from DOD.
04/04/1990Referred to the Subcommittee on Investigations.
Action By: Committee on Armed Services
03/27/1990Referred to the House Committee on Armed Services.
Action By: House of Representatives
03/27/1990Introduced in House
Action By: House of Representatives

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Committee / Subcommittee Date Activity Reports
House Armed Services03/27/1990 Referred to
House Armed Services Subcommittee on Investigations04/04/1990 Referred to

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Introduced in House (03/27/1990)

Places additional prohibitions on individuals convicted of felonies in connection with Department of Defense (DOD) contracts. Disallows such individuals from having any contact with defense subcontracts or subcontractors during such prohibition.

Prohibits the Secretaries of the military departments from allowing the award of DOD subcontracts to suspended or debarred contractors (current law prohibits the approval of such subcontracts).

Provides that, in the case of any DOD contact with respect to which the Secretary of Defense is required to approve the contractor's purchasing system, approval will be withdrawn if the contractor awards a subcontract to a contractor who has been suspended or debarred from Government contracting or subcontracting, except where the contractor has established procedures fully protecting the Government's interests.

Directs the Secretary to require each DOD contractor to require each of its subcontractors to certify that the subcontractor is not debarred or suspended from Government contracting or subcontracting at the time of the contract award.