Recent Examples of procurement from the Web
Cohn and other privatization advocates argue that government procurement rules and the uncertainties of the annual congressional budget process have undercut the FAA’s ability to move in that direction.
That right of first refusal by Burns & McDonnell is a nuance on the usual procurement process.
Funds leave the state budget as procurement orders, and come back as off-the-books cash, to be spent however the Kremlin sees fit.
Critics say that the DAS contract-procurement rules need to be tightened.
The JSF, or F-35, is just entering production and the FY09 budget has procurement funds for the last of the 183 F-22s that the administration has agreed to buy.
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First Known Use of procurement
Legal Definition of procurement
1 : the act of procuring
2 : the purchasing, leasing, renting, or selling of materials, services, equipment, or construction
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