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house Bill H.R. 5158

Summitville Procurement Protection Act

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      house Committees
      Government Operations
      Committee on Oversight and Reform
    IntroducedApril 27th, 2010

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Summitville Procurement Protection Act

Official Title

To require Federal contractors and subcontractors to comply with certain reporting requirements and transparency standards.


Summitville Procurement Protection Act - Requires: (1) federal contractors and subcontractors to comply with procurement reporting requirements and transparency standards; and (2) federal contractors to submit to the agency that awarded the contract a report regarding all subcontracts awarded in the performance of the contract. Defines "procurement reporting requirements and transparency standards" to mean: (1) requirements to publicize proposed contracting opportunities, to select a contractor based on full and open competition, to report information on which the bidder or offeror received the contract award, and to disclose certain information to unsuccessful bidders or offerors; and (2) the ability to access a copy of the contract of the winning bidder or offeror.

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