2 edition of Comments On Air Force Procurement Of Advanced Cruise Missiles... 154778, B-255831... U.S. GAO... July 7, 1995. found in the catalog.
Shipping List #: 97-0833-M.Shipping List Date: 08/22/97.
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Federal Acquisition Regulation, 48 C. 20 40 0 378539 질문 ㅇㅇ 106. The result was that costs that might have been associated with terminating the subcontracts were avoided. Our finding that the Air Force did not violate the Antideficiency Act should not be taken as an endorsement of its actions with regard to the FY 87 ACM procurement.
The President determined that only 640 missiles were needed, instead of the previously planned 1,000.
Because the Air Force terminated the contract, no obligation was ever incurred or authorized for the unfunded portion of the projected overrun. 7 Ultimately, the Department of Defense DOD Comptroller denied the request to use 1992 funds to complete the contract. Attempting to avoid a violation of the Antideficiency Act, in April 1992 the Air Force terminated its contract for ACMs because projected cost overruns would have exceeded available funds.
22 CONCLUSION While there is no Antideficiency Act violation in the current facts, the Air Force failed to commit funds for reasonably predictable cost overruns. Yet, at the time of definitization, the Air Force did not act to commit sufficient funds in the appropriation account to complete the contract.
18 76 0 378534 일반 ㅇㅇ 1. Below is a raw and likely hideous rendition of the. Moreover, the Air Force did not make use of other opportunities to avoid termination of the Lot III contract by taking effective, affirmative measures to manage costs or reduce quantities.
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Vander Schaaf Deputy Inspector General Department of Defense Dear Mr.
5 The merged surplus account housed large unobligated balances without fiscal year identity that could be used for upward adjustment of obligations from expired fiscal years.