The Bill “Homeland Procurement Reform Act” Has Passed

Bill Passed: To amend the Homeland Security Act of 2002 regarding the procurement of certain items related to national security interests for Department of Homeland Security frontline operational components, and …

The bill passed the House on Jun 10, 2019. It was originally sponsored by (D) Representative J. Luis Correa from CA.

The bill mainly relates to these subjects; Congressional oversight, Small business, Government buildings, facilities, and property, Public contracts and procurement, Buy American requirements and Government Operations and Politics.

Cosponsors

  • (R) Rep. Brian Mast from FL
  • (D) Rep. Jim McGovern from MA
  • (D) Rep. Chris Pappas from NH
  • (D) Rep. Bennie Thompson from MS

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