This joint letter sent by the Chamber and the National Association of Manufacturers was sent to the Members of the United States Senate in opposition to proposals that would debar government contractors solely based on a change in corporate domicile.
The federal government should not produce goods and services for itself or others that can be produced at a lower price, with higher quality, and a faster delivery schedule by private businesses. The government saves billions of tax payer dollars and sustains the nation's competitive edge in industries such as defense, information technology, and management when it partners with and invests in private sector companies.
However, a complicated and inflexible federal contracting process with costly administrative burdens deters many businesses from bidding on contracts. The U.S. Chamber works to streamline the acquisition process, ensure a fair and open procurement system, and encourage the government to rely more on the private sector for the goods and services it needs.
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This joint letter sent by the Chamber and the National Association of Manufacturers was sent to the members of the U.S. House of Representatives in opposition to proposals that would debar government contractors solely based on a change in corporate domicile.
On behalf of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce ("Chamber") we are pleased to submit comments at this early stage on the drafting of a definition for the term "recruitment fees" to supplement the new anti-trafficking regulations (FAR Case 2013-001) published on January 29, 2015, to implement E.O. 13627 and the End Trafficking In Government Act.
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS:
On behalf of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the National Association of
Manufacturers, we are writing to express our opposition to Congressional proposals, such as the
DeLauro-Doggett and Durbin-Levin "No Federal Contracts for Corporate Deserters Act," which
would blacklist government contractors solely on the basis of a change in the location of their
Recent misguided Congressional proposals threaten to further harm the U.S. defense industrial base.
WASHINGTON, D.C.--U.S. Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President for Government Affairs Bruce Josten issued the following statement today regarding administration and congressional proposals on sequestration replacement:
To: Office of Minority and Women Inclusion, Department of the Treasury
On: Department of the Treasury Acquisition Regulations; Contract Clause on Minority and Women Inclusion in Contractor Workforce
From: Randel Johnson, Senior Vice President - Labor, Immigration, and Employee Benefits and Marc Freedman, Executive Director - Labor Law Policy
To: Chairman David P. Roe of the Subcommittee on Housing, Employment, Labor, and Pensions, House Committee on Education and the Workforce.
On: The Subcommittee's hearing scheduled for April 18, 2012, entitled Reviewing the Impact of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs' Regulatory and Enforcement Actions.
From: Randel K. Johnson, Senior Vice President - Labor, Immigration & Employee Benefits and Michael Eastman, Executive Director - Labor Law Policy