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Cumulative percent of contract dollars awarded over the micro-purchase threshold which are competed within the month (1)

Dictionary: The Competition in Contracting Act of 1984, encourages competition for the award of all types of government contracts to increase the number of competitors and to increase the saving through lower, more competitive pricing. Further, President Obama has mandated that the Federal government save $40B a year in contracting and one way to achieve this savings is through competing contract actions.

The Department has mandated that at least 65% of all contract actions awarded over the micro-purchase threshold are competed.

Fiscal Year - 2010

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TimeTargetPercent
Oct – Dec 20098091
Jan – Mar 20108087
Apr – Jun 20108089
Jul – Sep 20108093

FY 2010 Year-End: 90%

Footnotes

  • (1) $3K and under is a micro purchase and is not subject to competition rules.

Cumulative amount of contract dollars over the micro-purchase threshold competed within the month (in millions)

Fiscal Year - 2010
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TimeTargetDollars
Oct – Dec 2009N/A.02
Jan – Mar 2010N/A.09
Apr – Jun 2010N/A.19
Jul – Sep 2010N/A520.59

FY 2010 Year-End Total: $520,587,431,000

Cumulative amount of contract dollars over the micro-purchase threshold awarded within the month (in millions)

Fiscal Year - 2010
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TimeTargetDollars
Oct – Dec 2009N/A.03
Jan – Mar 2010N/A.11
Apr – Jun 2010N/A.17
Jul – Sep 2010N/A562.8

FY 2010 Year-End Total: $562,587,058,000

Footnotes

  • (2) Amount (actions and dollars) also includes awards that aren’t available for competition for actions that are exempt by statute from competition

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