ATEST Comments on Proposed Regulations to Implement Executive Order 13627
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On December 20, 2013, ATEST submitted written comments on proposed regulations that are designed to implement Executive Order 13627. The Executive Order and implementing regulations strengthen protections against human trafficking that is taking place within government procurement practices.Download PDF
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