GSA implementation of FTS 2000: efficiency, equity, and compliance with congressional intent : hearing before the Legislation and National Security Subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives, One Hundred Second Congress, first session, April 18, 1991, Volumes 74-77
U.S. G.P.O., 1992 - Business & Economics - 122 pages
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Hearing held on April 181991
Socolar Milton J Assistant to the Comptroller General General
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$20 million 40 percent 60/40 revenue split achieve Administrator asked assignment of Navy AT&T and Sprint Austin award Cardiss Collins Carol Hall chain of command Chairman Brooks CHRISTOPHER SHAYS clause committee competition contracting officer contractors Conyers correct Corrigan costs decision discussions with AT&T exemptions Frank Horton FTS 2000 contract FTS 2000 program FTS 2000 system Gary Forsee going Government Operations GSA,s GSA's Hall hearing implementation initial issue Jack Brooks JOHN CONYERS JOHN GIOIA Johnson letter mandatory memorandum of understanding ment Navy to Sprint negotiations old FTS options PAP cap plnon price redetermination problems question Ray Thornton recompetition revenue allocation Schiff Shays Socolar Steven Schiff subcommittee talking telecommunications Thank Thornton tion traffic transition trying two-vendor U.S. Sprint users vendors Wagner Warner Amendment Warner exempt