The U.S. Government Accountability Office has reviewed a new rule implemented by the Department of Defense, the General Services Administration, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The rule, titled "Federal Acquisition Regulation: Implementation of Federal Acquisition Supply Chain Security Act (FASCSA) Orders," aims to implement supply chain risk information sharing and exclusion or removal orders. The agencies have complied with the procedural steps required for the rule. No cost-benefit analysis was provided.
Frequently Asked Questions
Department of Defense
Q: What is the Department of Defense responsible for?
A: The Department of Defense (DoD) is responsible for the defense of the United States.
General Services Administration
Q: What is the role of the General Services Administration?
A: The General Services Administration (GSA) is responsible for managing government property and supplies, including travel expenses.
Q: Is there specific information available about the National agency?
A: Based on the given search results, there is no specific information about the National agency.
Government Accountability Office
Q: What is the role of the Government Accountability Office?
A: The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) is often referred to as the "congressional watchdog" and provides fact-based, nonpartisan information to Congress regarding federal spending and performance.
Federal Acquisition Regulation
Q: What is the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)?
A: The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) is a set of rules that governs the federal government's process for acquiring goods and services.
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