Commercial Contracting

Commercial Contracting

Definition

In the context of government contracts, commercial contracting allows the government to purchase commercially-available goods and services without going through a formal, government-specific procurement procedure, but the government can only enter into fixed-price contracts. Commercial contracting is governed by the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act (FASA).

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