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Title: Section 809 Panel - Recommendation #64 - Update Socioeconomic Laws to Encourage Purchasing from Nontraditional Suppliers by (a)Adopting Exceptions for the Department of Defense to Domestic Purchasing Preference Requirements for Commercial Products, and (b) Adopting a Public Interest Exception and Procedures for the Berry Amendment Identical to the Ones that Exist for the Buy American Act
Other Titles: Section 809 Panel - Recommendation #64
Authors: Section 809 Panel
Keywords: Socioeconomic Policy
Berry Amendment
Buy American Act
National Security
Domestic Sourcing Requirements
Barriers to Entry
Section 809 Panel
Dynamic Marketplace
Issue Date: 15-Jan-2019
Publisher: Section 809 Panel
Citation: Unlimited Distribution
Series/Report no.: Dynamic Marketplace
Abstract: Domestic purchasing preferences notably the Buy American Act and the Berry Amendment can undermine the Department of Defense (DoD's) ability to field the most innovative technologies to the warfighter in a rapid, cost-effective, and efficient manner. DoD can protect national security by granting public interest exceptions to the Berry Amendment requirement for domestic sourcing of commercial goods.
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