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S.924 Correction of Long-Standing Errors in Agencies' Unsustainable Procurements Act of 2009, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Apr 29, 2009 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs.

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    • IWS Documented News DAILY POSTINGS: [IWS] CRS: INHERENTLY ... - October 24, 2010 by IWS Documented News DAILY POSTINGS - currently exist, although legislation introduced in the 111th Congress (S. 924) would, if enacted,. require agency heads to ensure that “mission essential functions” are performed by government. employees. ...

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      As noted by IWS Documented News DAILY POSTINGS on October 24, 2010, "currently exist, although legislation introduced in the 111th Congress (S. 924) would, if enacted,. require agency heads to ensure that “mission essential functions” are performed by government. employees. ..." (http://iwsdocumentednewsdaily.blogspot.com/2010/10/iws-crs-inherently-governmental.html)
    • Newtok Indian Tribe of Alaska | Native American Encyclopedia - October 11, 2010 by Native American Encyclopedia - In November 2003, the 108th Congress passed S. 924, allowing the village to relocate to Nelson Island. The legislation authorizes an exchange of lands between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Newtok Native Corporation to allow ...

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      As noted by Native American Encyclopedia on October 11, 2010, "In November 2003, the 108th Congress passed S. 924, allowing the village to relocate to Nelson Island. The legislation authorizes an exchange of lands between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Newtok Native Corporation to allow ..." (http://nativeamericanencyclopedia.com/newtok-indian-tribe-of-alaska/)
    • Penny Hill Press » Blog Archive » Inherently Governmental ... - October 06, 2010 by Penny Hill Press - No limitations upon contracting out critical functions currently exist, although legislation introduced in the 111th Congress (S. 924) would, if enacted, require agency heads to ensure that “mission essential functions” are performed by ...

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      As noted by Penny Hill Press on October 06, 2010, "No limitations upon contracting out critical functions currently exist, although legislation introduced in the 111th Congress (S. 924) would, if enacted, require agency heads to ensure that “mission essential functions” are performed by ..." (http://www2.pennyhill.com/?p=11855)

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    • Senator seeks indefinite competitive sourcing freeze - April 29, 2009 by GovExec.com - The Correction of Longstanding Errors in Agencies Unsustainable Procurements (CLEAN UP) Act (S. 924) goes a step beyond language in the fiscal 2009 omnibus ...

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      As noted by GovExec.com on April 29, 2009, "The Correction of Longstanding Errors in Agencies Unsustainable Procurements (CLEAN UP) Act (S. 924) goes a step beyond language in the fiscal 2009 omnibus ..." (http://www.govexec.com/dailyfed/0409/043009e1.htm)
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