Department of the Navy field contracting activities' contracting efforts with the Federal Prison Industries, Inc.
Loftus, Brion William
Matsushima, Rodney F.
Lamm, David V.
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One of the mandatory sources of supply for U.S. Government purchase requirements is the Federal Prison Industries, Inc. (FPI. Established by the U.S. Congress in 1934 under authority of the Prison Made Supplies Act, Title 18, USC, 4121-4129. The Federal Prison Industries, Inc., has become a supplier of a wide range of goods and services for Federal Government agencies. Initial research into the attitudes and opinions of Department of the Navy (DoN) field contracting activities toward FPI revealed that many misunderstanding exist and that relations between Don and FPI could be improved. This study presented some of the problems that exist, and some recommendations for improvement of those relations.
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