Army contracting command is working on its own version of category management

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Civilian agencies aren’t alone in pursuing technologically-based procurement reforms. The Army contracting command is working its own version of category management. Major General Paul Pardew says his contracting command has chosen a few select categories of commodities to focus on. For more details, he joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin from the Association of the U.S. Army.

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