War Profiteering Prevention Act of 2007

Throughout our nation’s history, wars have inspired changes to our government contracting system. Given the nature of preparing for and implementing military action and reconstruction efforts, the Government has frequently sought and continues to seek goods and services from private contractors successfully to fulfill its mission. Whether the result of necessity or (as is so often the case in recent years) a response to prevailing public sentiments, the changes to the procurement system that follow resonate through-out the government contracting community.

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