Government contract monitoring is an essential aspect of working with government agencies. Monitor your contract for subcontractor competition requirements. If you plan to justify “non-competitive” acquisitions, plan ahead. As we mentioned in our recent GovCon Insights article, if you do not provide sufficient explanations you may find yourself in noncompliance with your contract clauses and with a determination that your purchasing system is inadequate. Below you will find tips to help you prepare a non-competitive justification:
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