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Inherently Governmental Functions: Has the Debate Changed?

There has been a long-standing policy, codified in the U.S. Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), that functions intimately related to the public interest should only be performed by federal civil servants. Typically, these types of inherently governmental functions require either the use of discre...

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Fri Oct 23 2009

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There has been a long-standing policy, codified in the U.S. Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), that functions intimately related to the public interest should only be performed by federal civil servants. Typically, these types of inherently governmental functions require either the use of discretion or the making of value judgments to apply government authority.

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