A Closer look at the A-76 process: analysis of opinions from the General Accounting Office
Hodges, Cody L.
Tudor, Ron B.
Barnard, James M.
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This thesis identifies the case principles and trends involving A-76 Process issues brought before the General Accounting Office. It reviews the background, history, issues and current methods of applying the A-7 6Process in the Department of Defense. It then categorizes and analyzes the A-76 protest decisions handed down from the Comptroller General from January 1, 1997 to December 31, 2001. Following the review and analysis, the interpretations of the statutory requirements by the Comptroller General are examined to determine if the current design of the A-76 process is being applied as it was originally designed. It also examines protest decision trends to determine what changes are needed to mitigate the risk of future A-76 protests.
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