GAO’s Bill Woods: It’s necessary to make sure IDIQ contracts are competitive

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When a big department spends 40 percent of it contract dollars through indefinite delivery – indefinite quantity contracts, it is worth checking to see if IDIQs offer enough competition. The Government Accountability Office looked at two years worth of IDIQ spending by the Defense Department. Bill Woods, director of contracting and national security acquisition issues at the GAO, talked with Federal Drive with Tom Temin about what auditors found.

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