Peckenpaugh, Jason
June 2001
Government Executive;Jun2001, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p16
Trade Publication
Lists the members of the panel appointed by the United States General Accounting Office to study the government's outsourcing policy. Emphasis on public-private competition and implementation of the 1998 Federal Activities Inventory Reform Act; Provision of the 2001 Defense Authorization Act; Chairman of the panel.


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